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Flaming River Mustang Manual Steering Rack (79-93)

Our Price $584.95
Market Price $794.95  
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Manufacturer:  Flaming River

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  • Installation Info
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Improve the steering on your 1979-93 Mustang with this Flaming River 20.1 steering rack and pinion installation kit. This rack and pinion kit will reduce weight off the front of your vehicle and provide smooth responsive steering. The manual rack is ideal for drag race applications.

This cast aluminum rack and pinion kit eliminates the power rack pump pulley and rag joint for a total vehicle weight reduction of more than 30 lbs. Flaming River manual rack and pinion steering systems feature chrome plated center tubes and two mounting holes and are designed to meet the standards of professional street rod and race car chassis builders.

This rack and pinion kit is a direct bolt-in replacement. The kit includes a 20.1 manual steering rack high performance needle bearing U-joint shaft kit 2 tie rod ends and 2 piece mounting bushings. Flaming River manual racks weigh less than 15lbs.

Product Highlights

  • Manual Steering Rack
  • 45 Length
  • 5.25 Rack Travel
  • 4.2 Turns Lock To Lock
  • Tie Rod Ends Included
  • 26 Spline
  • 9/16-18 Tie Rod End Adjustment Thread Size
  • 2.10 Rack Housing Diameter
  • Steering Shaft Included
  • Cast Aluminum
  • Chrome Finish
  • Direct Bolt On
Time to Install
About 5 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Basic Tools
Model Year(s)
1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

5.0L V8 Cobra V6 2.3L

Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

I have this rack in my 1979 Mustang with 460 BBF and C6 tranny. Great unit to lighten the front end and get rid of a lot of stuff under the hood and front end. It is a bit stiff when steering at a dead stop but keeping the front tire pressure adjusted just a bit hard helps. Wonderful as a hot rod Friday night type car. A small block weight car, I'm sure would be no issue.