Mustang II Manual Steering Rack & Pinion with Bushings Kit
Manual Rack Type, 45" Overall Length, 16.00" Center to Center, 3.5 Turns Lock to Lock
- This all new manual rack and pinion units fits stock and aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers
- Kit includes mount bushings to simplify installation
- All NEW parts - eliminating a core charge and ensuring quality components
- 16" center to center spacing of mounts makes for a simple bolt on installation
- 9/16"-26 spline input shaft allows for easy connection of a U-joint or steering shaft coupler
Build Your KitYou're almost there! This kit has an option or two for you to select. Let us know which options you want for your new kit.
Got an old Mustang II front end hot rod that has seen better days?! We understand that some things get worn out, loosen up and eventually need a breath of fresh air! We got the service parts for your Mustang II style front end - replace that leaky, loose rack and pinion today with a fresh rack and bushing kit from Speedway Motors!
- (1) Speedway Motors Mustang ll Manual Steering Rack & Pinion 9/16-26 Spline-Pinto/Bobcat
- (2) Speedway Motors Mustang II Steering Rack & Pinion Mounting Bushings
Speedway Motors Mustang ll Manual Steering Rack & Pinion 9/16-26 Spline-Pinto/Bobcat
Fits aftermarket Mustang II cross members. Available in manual or power steering. Mount bushings are included with the Power version, but mount bushings are NOT included in the Manual version.
New manual rack and pinion steering assembly for Pinto/Bobcat/Mustang II based front suspensions in street rods and kit cars. 9/16"-26 spline input shaft. 16" mount centers. We suggest the Sweet brand u-joint 910-3247 or 910-3227. The Unisteer U-joint tends to run big on this joint.
- Rack Type: Manual
- Overall Length: 45"
- Center to Center: 16"
- Turns Lock to Lock: 3.50
- Spline End: 9/16"-26
- Tube O.D.: 1.42"
Speedway Motors Mustang II Steering Rack & Pinion Mounting Bushing
This rack & pinion mount bushing fits both power and manual Mustang II/Pinto racks.
- Bushing Material: Rubber
- Diameter Big End: 1.33"
- Diameter Small End: 1.32"
- Inside Diameter: 0.66"
- The Power Steering unit has 5/8" and 9/16" O-ring style ports. If you have an inverted flare fitting on your existing lines, that will not work.
- The Power Steering unit can be used with our standard GM pumps 91032922-GM, 91032908-BLK & -CHR, and with hose kits 910-32535 and 617-4835.
- Applicable Bump Steer Kit # 721-BAX102 now available when application may require.
Note-Pivot point center to center is 24.50" This rack has raw aluminum and casting and a steel center tube. Mount bushings are NOT included in manual version. Tie rod end threads are 9/16-18
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Mustang ll Manual Steering Rack & Pinion 9/16-26 Spline-Pinto/BobcatPart # 91034340-MANQty x 1
Speedway Mustang II Steering Rack & Pinion Mounting BushingPart # 91034341Qty x 2
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