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Old 09-04-2010, 08:39 AM
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Help identify this rack

Hi, I have a power rack and pinion unit that I need to identify so I can get hoses. It came on an used aftermarket sub-frame and the previous owner doesn't knmow what it is either ??? There are cast numbers on the main housing of RF-E9SC-3550-AA, and 2 sets of stamped numbers/letters of SPR-DL and 89K06C. I removed one of the 2 feed tubes and it seems to be a flare tube with a white teflon or rubber seal ring. It will be mated to a 98 GM F-body ps pump. I don't have any goods pics on hand but I can take some, if a visual will help. Any help will be appreciated !!

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What is the spacing on the rack mounting bolts?
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What is the spacing on the rack mounting bolts?
15 1/2" center to center
Pressure port is 9/16 X 18 thread and return is 5/8 X 18 thread and they both will be flare tube with flat bottom to seat on a teflon washer.

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I believe you have a 74 to 78 Mustang rack. And I believe you will find that the fittings have a extended tube with a Teflon O ring seal. You can get adapter fittings from Weatherhead to use standard JIC fittings.
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Definately not a 74-78 mustang. The hose end sizes indicate ~88~ T-bird rack. Spent an hour yesterday at the local Car Quest and looked at a 74-78 rack and hoses they had in stock and verified they are not what I have. They didn't have any of the T-bird parts in stock...not enough demand...
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