Convert Your GM F-Body into a Manual Steering PlatformIn drag racing, many vehicles have manual steering conversions to remove the excess weight of power steering. The old way of swapping the rack & pinion manual steering front end on a drag car was to use a Pinto front end. On the fourth generation F-body, the problem is that the upper A-arm pivot points are 2" wider than the inner tie rod pivot points on the Pinto front end. This can cause serious instability and damage.
That's why BMR engineered these steering conversions specifically for fourth generation Camaro/Firebird. Each includes: Flaming River Rack & Pinion, billet rack mount, steering adapter U-joint, rack & pinion U-joint, steering shaft, and outer tie rod bump steer kit. . Features
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