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Old 09-09-2015, 05:13 PM
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Default UniSteer Performance G-body rack & pinion kit

Saw this ad from UniSteer for their G-body rack & pinion kit:
http://www.unisteer.com/new-products...inion-kit.html

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Old 09-09-2015, 06:14 PM
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Wow! I wonder how well it really works?
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Wow! I wonder how well it really works?
I would think that UniSteer did a lot of R&D in it's developement of the rack & pinion kit. Some numbers on bumpsteer, ackerman, and even toe settings. Maybe even numbers using the ATS spindles camber/caster settings; you know, baseline vrs. step by step mods (maybe road/auto-x times). ...Hopefully, people with deeper pockets then I have will be able to test it!

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I just got this today. I hope it is not too hard to put on.
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I just got this today. I hope it is not too hard to put on.
Very cool! Keep us informed, Melissa!

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Very cool! Keep us informed, Melissa!

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I am waiting on some more parts that go with it before having it put on. It came with it's own power steering pump, but I had a 86 Corvette engine put in a few months back and it has it's own power steering pump. I am hoping it will work as this engine has the one piece belt, not V belts.
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anybody have a review of this unit, thinking about biting the bullet.
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I don't think that's for me....I can think of other things I'd spend that cabbage on for my Monte...coming from a guy that has a S-10 manual steering box... :)
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It seems easy enough to graft one out of something that shares our measurements and graft a mount for it. I have three different front wheel drive cars on site and
I will do some research. I have been thinking about this for a while.
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