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Old 10-20-2005, 05:16 AM
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rack and pinion for 37 dodge

I am trying to find any article's on updating the front Axel on a 37 mo par to independent rack and pinion.
I had a old hot rod magazine that had this do it your self article
C an any one help?

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One way to do that is to use a stock MII crossmember. Then there are kits from Heidt's, Fatman, Art Morrison, Jim Meyer racing, Speedway and I am sure I missed someone. basically involves removing the old front axle speings and steering box and installing the new crossmember and associated pieces.

Do some searches on the site and in the journals as this has been well covered...

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r+p steering

Check with www.unisteer.com,they make a rack for a solid axle ford [28-34], a buddy of mine just put one in his 39 ford. They say they can build you a custom one. It dosent hurt to check.
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