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Since you have the MII rack now you may be able to change it out for a power rack. Check with Speedway and take the end to end measurement to make sure the new rack bolts in. Also check the measurements on the mounting bolts. On the engine assuming you have an sbc you will need a pump which ca be sourced from a wrecking yard and the hoses. you will need a restrictor to allow the proper pressure from the sbc pump to the ford rack.

Depending on your skill level this can be weekend bolt on project. I have no clue as to what may be needed on you particular rig as to welding a fabrication..

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Sam still new at this I should have told you my project is a 1933 chevy egale coupe /L46 corvette engine
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Hello Sam G, How did you go about installing the unisteer electric power steering into the steering colunm. Thanks
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Hi Joe G
Can you tell me how you did the unisteer install. I need detailed instructions for this conversion. I have an Ididit steering column which I think is similar to a Flaming River column. My is a tilt column though. Thanks
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