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I'm getting ready to hook-up the TCI rack and pinion power rack on the Mustang II Front end I put under my 41 Chevy. The problem is that during our last move, the hook-up directions disappeared. TCI is a little slow to respond and I am chomping at the bit.

Anyone know where I can get directions ? All help appreciated.

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hartrods has a complete set of all the instructions for tci stuff online along with a bunch of other stuff.
try this here:
http://www.streetrodparts.tv/view_index.htm

the link for the rack is all the way down on the right.

they also have the list of replacement parts for TCI assemblies so you can go to the parts store and buy stuff by application. That's here
http://www.streetrodparts.tv/tci_oem_parts.htm

Kewl , huh?
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TCI Power Rack

Whoa !! Thanks Mikey. This is just what I needed.

Progress Report: Things are not going the way I want them too. I've decided that it is my fault. I need to step back and get ORGANIZED. I seem to be all over the place.

Right now I'm re-doing the rear brakes (76 Camaro). I'm also cutting louvers in the inner fenders and I'm painting the front frame area with epoxy primer, then satin black. The engine is sitting waiting for an Edelbrock RPM Manifold.

Not sure I'll ever get there. I'm kinda depressed right now. The Rack info will at least help my disposition.

Thanx Guys
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Glad to help It is always best to step back for a bit to get your mind aligned with your project.

Deuce gets some thanks too. If he had not brought this back up to the top it may not have gotten answered at all.

those links might help someone else if they were in the knowledge base???
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