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Unisteer 8000190

Unisteer Rear Manual Rack and Pinion 1978-1983 Dodge Omni

668-8000190

made in usa
Free Shipping Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 11/20/18

$229.00
Unisteer Rear Manual Rack and Pinion 1978-1983 Dodge Omni $229.00
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Rear Manual Rack and Pinion
  • 1978-1983 Dodge Omni
  • Thread: 9/16"
  • Length: 42"
  • Unisteer 8000190 Details

    Mopar Rack and Pinion Kits

    Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    8000190

    Rack & Pinion Components that Perform to Your Needs

    Hot rod and specialty vehicle owners can now get safety, design, and durability in every all-new steering rack and components.

    what is thread size on pinion shaft and tie rod shaft metric or sae?

    Asked by: dragracer54
    The pinion is 9/16-26 and the tie rod ends are 9/16-18.
    Answered by: Jon Jegs Tech
    Date published: 2017-12-05
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