Speedway Chrome Mustang II Manual Steering Rack & Pinion
Universal Fit, Manual Rack Type, 45" Overall Length, 24.5" Center to Center, Chrome
- This new manual rack and pinion assembly is built with all new parts to ensure long life
- Beautiful chrome plating makes this perfect for show cars
- Fits all stock and aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers with 16" mount centers
- 3-1/2 turns lock to lock for a driver friendly steering ratio without excessive force
- Input shaft is 9/16"-26 spline to connect a U joint or steering shaft coupler
New manual rack and pinion steering assembly for Pinto/Bobcat/Mustang II based front suspensions in street rods and kit cars. Has a 9/16" 26-spline input shaft. 16" mount centers.
Fits aftermarket Mustang II crossmembers.
This rack will use the rack extension # 910-34345-MAN
Applicable Bump Steer Kit # 721-BAX102 now available when application may require.
- Mount Centers: 16"
- 3.5 turns lock-to-lock
- Rack Travel: 5.25"
- Overall Length: 45"
- Inner Tie Rod Pivot Point Center-to-Center: 24-1/2"
- Input Shaft Spline: 9/16" 26-spline
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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