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Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo
Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo

Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo

Power Rack Type, 30 Spline Count, 3/4"-30 Spline End

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Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo
Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo
Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo
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Sweet Mfg. 005-92343-235 Power Rack and Pinion, 3-3/4 Inch, .235 Servo
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Rack Type:
Power
Spline Count:
30
Spline End:
3/4"-30
Overall Width:
18.25"
Overall Height:
5.00"
MFG. Part #:
005-92343-235
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These power rack & pinions fit the majority of Rayburn, Mastersbilt, Barry Wright, Rocket (blue), Victory Circle and Warrior chassis and are 18-1/4".

Rack speed is measured in inches per turn.  If you turn the pinion (1) time, the rack shaft will move between 1-3/4" (slow) and 3-1/4" (fast).  That number is stamped on the front of the housing next to the greases fitting.

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3-3/4" with .235 servo

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