Unisteer Cross Steer Rack & Pinion for 1935-40 Ford
Cross Steer Rack Type, 33" Overall Length, 4.6 Turns Lock to Lock, Polished, Aluminum
- Replaces the common Vega steering box
- Has a long passenger - side tie rod that hooks up to the right spindle like a Vega-style drag link
- Optional steering shaft extension allows you to reuse your existing u-joints and shafts- 5/8"-36 spline (just like Vega box)
- Has 9/16"-26 spline (input shaft)
- Outer tie rod and jam nut not included
This is a brand new 1935 to 1940 Ford Cross Steer rack and pinion. This Cross Steer rack finally allows you to put rack and pinion steering onto your early Ford straight axle! Smooth, consistent, and easy steering throughout the entire travel.
This rack is designed for an unboxed frame. So, if you do not already have an unboxed frame, you must be willing to unbox a small section.
Also, this rack only works on stock or 2" dropped axles. It will sit too low in the 4" and 6" dropped axles. Finally, if you have a wishbone
suspension, it must be split. A four bar setup will work fine. Additional rack specs: Length: 33" Turns Lock to Lock: 3.6 Travel: 6"
- Nice, easy, and consistent steering through the entire steering travel
- Fully polished finish
- Installs in under an hour
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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