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Old 06-25-2009, 01:45 PM
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new T-bird rack recommendation

I have a TCI M11 IFS, power rack is leaking. I've been reading posts but can't find enough info to buy a new rack. Mine is a T-bird, 82to 88 ? I went to Napa, looked up a 88 T-bird rack and there were 4, no mention of steering ratios, so I don't know which one to order.I don't want the faster ratio. Anyone know what rack or part number ? thanks

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anyone? I've been reading on dialup for 2 days ;o(
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Maybe a casting number would be a useful GUIDE to the parts man

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thanks Deuce,Napa didn't have any info, got a rack from Autozone, they had the turn ratios and were cheaper.
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