Mustang II Manual Rack & Pinions
- OEM Design Style: 74-78 Ford Mustang
- Steering Design: Front Steer
- Total Weight: 14 lbs.
- Housing Material: Die Cast Aluminum
- Tube Material: Carbon Steel
- Tube Plating: Chrome
- Rack Gain: 1.36" per turn
- No. Turns Lock-to-Lock: 3.92
- Total Rack Travel: 5.34"
- Overall Length (end to end): 45"
- Housing Length: 20-7/8"
- Housing O.D.: 2.100" (both ends)
- Input Shaft Angle: 72°
- Input Shaft Spline Size: 9/16"-26
- Input Shaft Length: 6.44"
- Pivot Points: 24.5"
- Inner End Diameter: 14mm (.551")
- Inner End Thread Size: 9/16"-18
- Driver Side Mount: Spike (bushing req'd)
- Passenger Side Mount: Spike (bushing req'd)
- Spike Mount Center to Center Distance: 16.00"
- Bellows Material: Nitrile Rubber
These direct replacement lightweight rack and pinions are ideal for drag race or pro street applications. Flaming River racks are all completely new units, designed with the highest quality castings and components. Manual steering racks are responsive, stronger, and lighter than OEM racks and come in a variety of ratios, lengths, and pivot points.
- Ideal for Drag Race or Street Applications
- Completely New "Not Rebuilt"
- More Responsive, Stronger & Lighter
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