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Old 12-17-2011, 12:44 PM
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Mustang II rack and pinion, pinion

There are a couple of companies out there producing a Mustang II rack with a short pinion shaft. I have a perfectly good rack(std length pinion) and wonder if anyone sells the short pinion by itself??

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I have only seen the short one on Power racks and the long one on manual racks.
What is ur app.?
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Mine is a manual. Flaming River makes a manual rack with a short shaft FR1502-5.
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changing inards

Hi, I have a Pinto manual rack with 4 turns loc to loc...i also have a tbird power rac...is it possible to to just take the innards out and replace the manual rac parts with the power rack parts.....
Just an idea.
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