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  • Replace w/ Rack & Pin

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  • Replace w/ power steering rack

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  • don't worry let it fall apart and get killed, lol

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ok i got an '89 supra w/ round motor mounts and while i got motor & tranny out.
i would like to replace the rack while its super easy and its beat up pretty good

i would actually like a rack & pin set up rather than use power steering setup
has anyone else done this or know if any mk3 supra came w/ rack & pin
 
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doh i knew i shouldn't drink gin and type at the same time. i hope i don't get a TWI

ok then edit

i want a manual rack rather than power rack if they make them
and so do they make a manual rack for mk3 supras?
 

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There's one that fits a mustang that can be transferred to a supra. Few people have done it I'm pretty sure. Search for mustang rack or something, I'm sure u can find it. :D
 
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dont put a manual rack the car has power rack for a reason the front end of the supra is soooooo heavy take my word i did it and then put the power steering back
 

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my 90T rack is finally starting to leak fluid. I plan on replacing it with one from

http://www.autopartsgiant.com

Advance auto has one with the evo valve for $466 and this place sells the same brand with evo valve for $355 which includes shipping. I assume it is the same remanufacturing process since it is from the same named company. That will allow money for the outer tie rod ends to be replaced. It will cost another $35 or so to ship back my core rack for the $200 deposit. So the rack will cost about $400 instead of $520.
 
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