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Old 04-29-2007, 07:33 PM
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Has any one put rack and pinon on 72 c10

Hello there, I was wondering if any one has put a rack on pinion on a 67- 72 c10. I do recall seeing an article in a magazine once but can't remember the title and it was a two part of which I only seen one of,okay I'll stop babbling ,If any one has done this or know where I might find this information please reply.

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Hi , It's me again. I'm not the best at navigating on this or most other sites for that matter, I don't remember if I ever introduced myself to this site and I know this is probably not the place for it either but I'll try and fill you in on what I'm up to. I'm building a 56 f100 panel truck on a 72 c10 frame, I've just about have the body to the point where I'll be stripping it down to bare metal and applying body filler to the seems and areas that I patched, but at the present time I'm fabricating the front inner fenders. This is why I started this post, I have the passenger inner fender done and thought it would be nice to duplicate the drivers side to mirror the passenger side and not have to hack a hole through it for the steering if possible. So I thought if I could use a rack so that the steering linkage was inside the frame rather than the outside it would keep things nice and clean looking but was also wondering if it would cause clearance problems with headers, I am planning on using a 350 small block. I'm looking forward to as many replies as possible from all you knowledgeable hot rodders.

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