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Author Topic:   Rack and pinion
posted April 16, 2003 02:16 PM
with either one of those stubs, you're going to have to fabricate your mounts. mustang GT racks are cheap and are 2 1/4 turns lock to lock. watch the bump steer when you're making your mounts. i use the GT rack and it's a pretty tough piece. you'll like the increased "feel" that a rack gives you and the GT rack is easily adapted to other cars.

posted April 16, 2003 03:25 PM
Go with outlaw that mustang rack is a pretty good piece. Good track feel easy to fab mounts for and 2 important things the price is right and you can pick them up anywhere.....towman

posted April 16, 2003 05:53 PM
cut the front of your crossmember off straight and plate it, then mount the rack so that the eyes are at the same level as the lower a arm front bolts.

measure a couple racks and get one closest to the same length as the distance between the stock lower a arm front mounting bolts. im thinking of the top of my head 18" or so??


posted April 16, 2003 07:31 PM
the rack with power steering set up is the one you would want it is quicker than the manual steer. Bobby

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