Mustang II Power and Manual Rack & Pinions
Universal Fit, 26 Spline Count
- These all new rack and pinion units fit aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers and are available in manual or power steering
- All new parts are used eliminating a core charge and ensures quality components
- Manual version has 16" mount centers and 9/16"-26 spline input shaft
- Power version has 15-1/2" mount centers and 3/4"-36 spline input shaft
- Power version has 5/8" and 9/16" O-ring style ports for connection of power steering lines
Product update: The rebuilt power rack # 910-34340-POW as described here and in our previous catalogs has been phased out and replaced with a new rack # 910-35341
Fits aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers. Available in manual or power steering. Mount bushings are included with the Power version, but mount bushings are NOT included in the Manual version.
MANUAL: 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.
POWER: New power rack modeled from the 1982-88 T-bird design which will work with aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers. Bushings included. (Can be used with a Saginaw GM power steering pump without any additional valves or inline pressure regulators). Overall width is 45-1/8" with 15-1/2" mount centers. Must use offset bushings (910-34342) to mount to original Mustang II crossmembers. 3/4"-36 spline input shaft. Uses 910-4047 -6AN adapter fittings. Rack has 9/16"-18 female o-ring high pressure inlet and 5/8"-18 female o-ring low pressure outlet return line threaded ports. Replacement sku for rack and pinion hard lines is 910-35344.
- 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.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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