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Old 01-12-2014, 06:47 PM
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a friend of mine has a 59 ford 2dr ht he pulled the engine & put in a
rack & pinion steering out of a ford aerostar i dont know what he did as i
was not there when he installed the r&p but now when he turns the steering wheel to the left the wheels turn to the right & when he turns the steering wheel to the right the wheels turn to the left-what the heck did he do?
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Mounted the rack on the wrong side.
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Just practice a little, I'm sure it'll be fine.
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Mounted the rack on the wrong side.
Wouldn't it have to be upside down?
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Mounted the rack on the wrong side.
... the wrong side of the spindles.
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That's what one gets for trying to engineer something they're not supposed to using parts that aren't designed to do the job.
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He mounted a front mount rack behind the cross member or a rear mount rack in front of the cross member. Only way to fix is to get the proper orientation rack, or I suppose the correct spindles front/rear steer.
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Now that's kinda funny. It reminds me of a car I had in high school. After a friend rebuilt my manual transmission for me, the speedometer only worked in reverse. I took it to an AAAmco dealer who charged me for a new trans, but it never did fix the problem. I hope your friend gets it sorted out without to much trouble.
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I used to drive a tractor on the farm when I was a kid that was like that. My old man and my uncle thought they would suprise my grandad with power steering on the old Cockshutt. They surprised him all right. Problem was they left it that way and I was the one who had to run it. Tell your friend not to worry. After a couple of years it becomes second nature. Wait a minute..... Thats why I didn't pass my drivers the first time....
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He mounted a front mount rack behind the cross member or a rear mount rack in front of the cross member. Only way to fix is to get the proper orientation rack, or I suppose the correct spindles front/rear steer.
Ahhhh... you are correct.
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It's to bad that your freind does not live in CO. They sell drugs their now that can fix the problem.
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It's to bad that your freind does not live in CO. They sell drugs their now that can fix the problem.
They may have caused the problem?!?
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It's to bad that your freind does not live in CO. They sell drugs their now that can fix the problem.

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