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weavo56

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Hi all , what length of ext should I have to get steering right .
Was thinking of a 60mm increase each side . Is it best to have all the thread filled in the track rod end with the ext and adj between the ext and the  steering rack ends and have a lock nut to tighten up when set .

Is that the strongest way ?

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Looking at my mates cars I think a body length of 60mm with a threaded hole of 50mm  will give me a good starting point ,if its too long I can cut it down so almost all the steering arm's thread is used .

Graham (NWATOC )

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What did you do in the end?
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Wow is it that long ago 2014 , still haven't fitted this quick rack conversion  sorry TT .

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good use of the search function and this come up. I've had the tracking done on the cat and wanted to see what the solution could be with steering arm extensions. I have them both sides.
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