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Old 09-06-2012, 03:17 PM
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hi was wanting some info on using a 87 to 93 cavalier grandam etc steering rack on an old mopar like mine i seen a post about doing this would like to know some info on this swap any info would be greatly appreciated

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The late 72 to 76 volare front ends are an easy swap and used by alot of us mopar guys. You can usually find a decent car on Ebay or get lucky and have your local wrecking yard use their search base to find you one. I have a 40 Desoto Sedan and have a donor car just waiting that I found on ebay. Too good of a deal to pass it up so I drove and hauled it back to Texas
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Take a look at the P15-D24 website, and do a search. I think you'll find quite a bit of information about R&P steering conversions that should apply to your car. As well as a lot of other information you're bound to find useful.
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There is a wiki here on Hr about using the cavaliar rack , search swapping to rack and pinion steering
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