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Old 09-11-2010, 12:01 PM
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Rack and pinion identification?

Hi, just wondering if anyone can identify this rack and pinion for me, it is a ford and the numbers on the drivers side are G-14-GCC-5 and on the passengers side are G-30-BRC-3. There is a metal tage on it but I can't really read the numbers on it, maybe K21B and 514DB but not sure. Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi, just wondering if anyone can identify this rack and pinion for me,
Hey Canuck welcome to the site!

Nope, numbers don’t mean anything to me, sorry.

But a couple of suggestions, try posting a picture, which can be a huge exercise in frustration, it takes some persistence,

OR

if you intended on hanging around for some time take out a membership (supporter) that lets you put picture attachments in with out the hassle,

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Maybe stick in you location in user CP so that we know where you are and can come over and drink your beer.

 
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LOL. I tried to take some pictures, of it and of my truck but not sure how to get them on my post. anyway I put them under my albums and it comes up under albums under this forum thread. Mine is the yellow 48 ford. Oh and about the beer, your more that welcome to come over a couple of provices.
 
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So it looks like a Mustang II type. The 1994 and newer style used a “V” shaped type input shaft into the rack unit, the 93 and older P.S. rack used a ¾ in. x 36 splined shaft going into the rack. (Manual rack is 9/16 x 26 spline) Does it have tie rod extenders? Mine is the newer type and the vent tube goes into the boots.

What or why do you needed to know?

Ah, about the beer. Had a really ugly cop with a gun tell me about fifteen ago that I shouldn’t be drinking anymore, ……….he was right and I haven’t.
 
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Ok thanks, for the info, it does have the rod extentions on the end, I want to change it out and get a new one as you can see it is leaking oil, has slight movement on the drivers side and the bushings are gone on it.
 
 
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