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Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box

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Specs
Overall Height:
2.38
Overall Length:
12.00
Weight:
2.50
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Depth:
2.00
Ratio:
5.33:1
Garage Sale:
No
Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box
Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box

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Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box

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These lightweight rack and pinions are perfect for mini sprints or go-carts. The fast ratio features a 5.33:1 ratio using 4" steering arms, 1 turn, 4" stroke.

12" overall length, 2-3/8" height, 2" depth, and 3/8" rod ends. Weighs 2-1/2 lbs. 5/8"-36 spline to 3/4" round shaft coupler included.

Item Details

5.33:1 ratio, 1 turn with 4" arms

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