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I have a Streetbeasts 1934 Ford 3-window coupe from roughly 1991 I purchased the car used in 2007. I need to replace one of the tie rods but have no idea who made the rack and pinion on the car, All I can find is a serial/part? number on the unit that is 35 50073 or something near that. It's a manual unit. The tie rod needed in the one for the passenger side The "cup" that attaches to the unit has like a 3/6" thick jam nut on it the same size as the "cup".

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Most of the " Street Beasts " use a Mustang II front suspension and parts. Go to NAPA and they should be able to MATCH THEM up.

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I was at the local NAPA this morning. They can get the tie rod for the manual steer unit but I was curious who made the units Streetbeasts installed on their frames. I had the car in for a front end alignment and the tech noticed the tie rod was bent so I am looking for the replacement. Trouble is I'm not sure it's a standard part or is the one on the Streetbeasts some after market custom job. all of the tie rods I've seen in my search don't use the jam nut which gets installed before the tie rod.
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I was at the local NAPA this morning. They can get the tie rod for the manual steer unit but I was curious who made the units Streetbeasts installed on their frames. I had the car in for a front end alignment and the tech noticed the tie rod was bent so I am looking for the replacement. Trouble is I'm not sure it's a standard part or is the one on the Streetbeasts some after market custom job. all of the tie rods I've seen in my search don't use the jam nut which gets installed before the tie rod.
All the street beasts I have seen use Mustang II racks as far as who made it no idea, if there is not a name on it. Mine fit fine and I have a manul Rack.

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