Burman and Sons
Their worm and nut design of steering gear was fitted to pre-war vehicles such as the Ford Eight and the Ford Prefect, the Bedford CA, plus heavy trucks and off-road vehicles - both pre and post-war. In its day, Burman-Douglas steering-gear was regarded as...
but the worm and nut design was eventually surpassed by the cheaper rack and pinion design which dominates today.
- "The Autocar". 13 May 1939: 53. Cite journal requires