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Info needed on installing Rack and pinion on a 1950 Ford Coupe

I need info on how to install Rack and Pinion on a 1950 Ford Coupe any suggestions would be of great help.

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An early GM Cavalier rack works well. Mounts are fairly easy to make. SOMEWHERE I have some pics of it. I will try to find this evening.
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cavalier WIKI

There is a WIKI article here on this site about using the cavilier rear steer rack , I think it was on the build of a 30's gm car.
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here is a excelent write up on a 2006 crown vic cross-member in a ford truck

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/71...o-67-f100.html

you may have to do some frame work if the rails are any cloaser together than the 67 this guy is working on.
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