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How to ID a steering box

I am in search of a steering box for my 67' CJ5. Looking through my service manual I noticed that the steering box for the F4 engine CJ5's and the V6 CJ5's were different. The F4 has a gear ratio of 14-12-14 to 1 and the V6 has a gear ratio of 19-17-19 to one. My question is how can I determine which box is which? I also would like to know what years of CJ5's will have the same steering box as mine. Thank you

1967 CJ5 V6 225
T-86/ D-18/ D-27/ D- 44
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