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really late response but the rack is nice, like the other people have said, it takes a little effort to get it turned while the car is stopped ( im on 3 inch rims, probably harder on stockers) but while moving its no different than power steering. my biggest bonus was I could remove a few pullies, tank, etc.
2003 Mustang GT Convertible
NMRA M.M. 7337
best to date: 11.79 @ 110.78 mph let off at the 1000'
stock heads, cams, and bottom end
3260lbs with driver on above run
2008 mustang v6 DD
bamatune, jlt intake, true duals
currently installing 2011 8.8 rear
full upr products rear suspension
14.31 @ 98 mph *before 8.8 was installed
3 years old thread and the OP still answer a question, nice.
I was thinking the same thing hahaha! Good work OP!
Flaming river makes the best manual racks, IMO. Everything I've seen and used from them has been flawless. I'm currently considering switch my '95 GT to a manual rack. Which is why this thread struck my interest to begin with.
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