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Correct Steering Rack Limiters

Have seen a few threads on this but was wondering what are the correct parts to get for the FFR supplied Manual Steering rack?



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I use these from Breeze:

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Here is a pic of the Ford part. Scott
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This is an old thread of mine, that also lists several other part numbers from ford for different thicknesses. Some of these parts numbers may not be currently available. Also be aware that the parts guy will have no clue what a steering rack limiter is, so be prepared for another adventure at the parts counter.

Steering rack limiter installation

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The F panels work pretty well. LOL

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The F panels work pretty well. LOL
100% effective but the noise sucks.


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What noise? That's what the FFR exhaust pipes are for!

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