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  • 17-03-2013, 18:10
    normalbloke
    Quote Originally Posted by mygasser View Post

    This.

    It's a bolt on inexpensive solution!
  • 17-03-2013, 16:24
    Pistonpusher
    Did they not fit power steering to the mustang? Can't u use that set up? Other option is to use electric power steering moto/pump of something like a new mini. U will still need a rack.
  • 17-03-2013, 16:24
    mygasser
    you can buy mustang 2 fitment power racks new. try steve lang at Hot rods: turnkey hot rods, engine builds, chassis work, bodywork, paint, parts. Langy's Rod Shop.
  • 17-03-2013, 15:50
    kapri
    Shouldn't be that heavy or do you need it superlight ? A decent size steering wheel can make all the difference if you've room. Could be too much caster in the settings also makes it heavy at slow speed.
  • 17-03-2013, 15:48
    MJB

    Power steering

    Hi I have a Heidts mustang II (2004) front cross member, Heidts front suspension twin tubular a arm, forged dropped spindle, 11"disk brakes, rack and pinion fitted to my truck and I am looking to fit power steering can anyone point me o the correct direction without having to fit a new front end.
    Thanks

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