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10-16-2002 08:30 AM
Centerline Your car is light enough you don't really need a power rack, however if you decide to go with one and use a GM power steering pump make sure you use a pressure reduction valve to lower the pressure to the rack. If you don't it will be very sensitive.

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10-16-2002 03:54 AM
tm454 My 37 Dodge business coupe had a power rack on it. It was very sensative. I ran it the first year then changed to a manual rack, it gives me better feel of the road.
10-13-2002 05:23 PM
wizard1932
power rack yes or no

i have a 32 ford pickup with ifs would it be better with or without a power rack .

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