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Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box

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Ratio:
6.4:1
Garage Sale:
No
Overall Height:
2.38
Overall Length:
12.00
Depth:
2.00
Weight:
2.50
Small Rack and Pinion Fast Ratio Steering Box

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What's in the Box

These lightweight rack and pinions are perfect for mini sprints or go-carts. The fast ratio features a 6.4:1 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.

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5.33:1 ratio, 1 turn with 4" arms

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9 questions : 9 answers

1 answers

What is the measurement of the spread on the mounting holes?

AH15
August 25, 2014

What is the measurement of the spread on the mounting holes?

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August 25, 2014
EricM
The mounting holes are 1 3/4" center to center. They are 3/8" ID holes.
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what is the overall rack length including the eyelets? and also what is the diameter of the pinion?

saurabh
India
July 10, 2014

what is the overall rack length including the eyelets? and also what is the diameter of the pinion?

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July 10, 2014
EricM
The overall length is 12" Sorry I do not have a pinion diameter but the splined input is for a 5/8" - 36 spline U-joint or coupler.
1 answers

What is the difference in this steerin box and the one ARC racing sells for $80?

BillyW27
Summerville, SC, USA
January 25, 2014

What is the difference in this steerin box and the one ARC racing sells for $80?

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January 27, 2014
EricM
Sorry I am not familiar with the rack & pinion that ARC racing has so I am not sure what the differences are. This rack uses all new components and is designed for a racing application.
1 answers

Sir, Suggest us a way to extend this rack, is it possible extending it?

FSAE
India
January 21, 2014

Sir, Suggest us a way to extend this rack, is it possible extending it?

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January 21, 2014
EricM
Sorry I do not have a good way to extend the length of this rack and pinion. You would probably have to have rack extensions custom machined to the length you needed.
1 answers

Are the rod ends replaceable? I have to extend my rack so is there any provision for rack extension The given travel of the stock rack would be enough to solve my purpose. All i need is to extend the rack, so that the straight bar is 16 inches in the four bar mechanism of steering.

FSAE
India
December 21, 2013

Are the rod ends replaceable? I have to extend my rack so is there any provision for rack extension The given travel of the stock rack would be enough to solve my purpose. All i need is to extend the rack, so that the straight bar is 16 inches in the four bar mechanism of steering.

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December 23, 2013
Jason
This fast ratio rack and pinion does have replaceable rod ends. However, it is not recommended to extend as it may cause failure of the rack.
1 answers

Just checking: how many turns of the spline from lock to lock?

Triton
San Jose, CA, USA
July 23, 2013

Just checking: how many turns of the spline from lock to lock?

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July 24, 2013
Jason
This small rack and pinion has 1 turn lock to lock
1 answers

What is lock to lock revolution of this steering box?

aod2508
January 17, 2013

What is lock to lock revolution of this steering box?

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January 17, 2013
Jason
This rack has 1 turn with 4" of arm travel. It is a 5.33:1 ratio
1 answers

what is the diameter of steering rod that can be connected to this rack? what is the diameter of the tie rods that can be fitted to this rack at its ends?

india
January 22, 2011

what is the diameter of steering rod that can be connected to this rack? what is the diameter of the tie rods that can be fitted to this rack at its ends?

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January 25, 2011
Tige
Out the back of the unit has a 5/8-36 spline shaft that you can hook a u-joint up to. From the u-joint you can go to whatever size steering shaft that you want. The one most commonly used is ¾” though. 3/8” diameter hole in the heim on the end.
1 answers

Do you have a 3D CAD model of this product?

Jin
UofA
June 29, 2011

Do you have a 3D CAD model of this product?

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June 30, 2011
Jason
Sorry, we do not have a 3D cad model available
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