* TIG welded torsion bar ( no play )
- Eliminated upwards of 30 degrees of play. Imagine steering having that much more precision.
* Eliminated lines on the rack and toe and from as well as the internal piston
* All new seals and snap rings
* Steel housing and vent tube is POR15 treated
* Brass or stainless plugs where applicable
* Loaded with hi moly synthetic grease
** Built to Order **
95-99 DIY Kit: Complete set of block off plugs, seal kit with new snap ring and new replacement plastic plugs.
Most will break or strip during removal. They are cemented in plate. A more economical alternative to turn key race rack.
1G kit also fits older style 14:1 racks from turbo dodge of late 80's and 90's. $89 including shipping !
FYI: All 2G racks appear to be same ratio, let's call it 18:1. Difference being spacer blocks on end to limit travel. Save yours to maintain OE steering clearances.
2000-05 Kit Coming soon. 2G racks use different plug on bottom than 1G, making sourcing tougher.
18:1 Racks are assembled from old stock. They are all degreased, scrubbed clean and torn down to bare metal. All rust is removed and rust prone surfaces are treated with POR surface treatments leaving a tough, durable finish.
Got a rack you want converted ? No problem select $249 option and I will send you shipping instructions after order is received. Send only the rack with inner tie rods removed to save on shipping. Should be approx 12 lbs with all fluids removed. You'll need 26 x 11 x 6 size box. Strap rack to old piece of wood and some plumber strapping and few screws.
You will get back new band clamps with your rack, so be gentle on the boots. You can rent band clamp pliers from many chain auto parts stores for deposit cost of the tool, ie free when you return it.
16:1 1G rack -- add $90 to the 18:1 price as they are rare and hard to find.
14:1 reman racks can be sourced at variety of rebuilders ( A1 Cardone is my favorite ) and are good donors for conversion. $100-$150 shipped.