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Old 04-15-2012, 12:35 PM
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rack an pinion steering?

Hi guys, was wondering if anyone has put rack an pinion steering on straight axle? 57-60 of course, or if it is even worth messing with? i am starting to put front suspension together on my truck and was thinking about other steering options. Thanks
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I believe NoLimit Engineering in San Bernadino came out with a kit for that and somebody on here posted on the install. It may have been on the 48-56 board however.

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Yea, the kit is made by no limit. Here's a link to the kit POWER STEERING STRAIGHT AXLE-No Limit Engineering

here's the install thread, I think it's on a '53 the same idea, http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/91...le-report.html
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