mr2 steering rack

Jafet
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mr2 steering rack

Postby Jafet » Thu Jul 20, 2017 1:56 pm

Hi sorry if this is a noob question but can someone explain to me what is needed to add an mr2 manual steering rack, thanks

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Re: mr2 steering rack

Postby CloudStrife » Thu Jul 20, 2017 3:25 pm

1x AW11 MR2 Manual Steering Rack
2x AE86 Power Steering Outer Tie Rods
2x AE86 Power Steering Inner Tie Rods
1x T3 Adapter Bushing
2x AE86 Power Steering Bracket (both left and right side - RH bracket will fit the T3 Adapter Bushing, while left side needs no mods since they are proven to fit)
1x MKIII Supra Intermediate Shaft
1x AW11 MR2 Steering Shaft U-Joint

And unless you're getting a refurbished rack, I would get new AW11 manual rack boots!

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Re: mr2 steering rack

Postby scalpel » Thu Jul 20, 2017 4:56 pm

thanks very helpful.

most people have difficulty figuring out if the need power or manual tie rods
that made it easy

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Re: mr2 steering rack

Postby Jafet » Sat Jul 22, 2017 1:20 pm

Thanks man. that was very helpful

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Re: mr2 steering rack

Postby aaronlee133 » Wed Aug 30, 2017 10:14 pm

The one thing I would recommend is to replace the plastic bushing which goes on the passenger side of the aw11 rack. This minimizes the play between the rack and rack housing. Since you're already replacing inner tie rods and boot might as well do this vs finding out later you have a slight vibration and having to tear it all apart for a $5 part.

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