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Old 06-08-2012, 02:17 PM
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i have a 65 mustang with a 289v8, c4 automatic. i wanna up date it to a rack and pinion. only i dont wanna buy a kit since i professionally weld. i know a dodge omni works ok same with tarus and escort and the popular j rack. im wondering which would be the best. i know a omni if you put it back far you gain steering radius. but i saw a forum here that someone stated that they used a 92 cavalier rack and said it holds the tie rods like similar to stock so no loss of turning happened. if i could figure out how he did those to 65 mustangs thatd be great

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There is a wiki on up grading the suspension on older gm cars using a Caviliar rack. The 2 I have in my parts pile are center pivot. there was quite a bit of discussion a while back on upgrading the mustang, and a racing rack for mustangs
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