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Sweet baby Jesus! Love it all, where did you get the custom gauges?
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Old 08-12-2017, 08:13 PM
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Sweet baby Jesus! Love it all, where did you get the custom gauges?
Thank you :-) Those were from Speed Hut in Utah. The ghosting of my logo in the faces worked out great!
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Dave ~ villain has been busy modernizing his J Code! Here is a pic of his rack and pinion steering going in and his disc brake setup:
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Love, love, LOVE the rack and pinion steering. He used the existing holes from the old steering box and idler arm for his R &P gear brackets.

What we don't see is his measurements, taken while the engine was still in place. That's how it's done.

I like the fact that R&P offers more room for exhaust on the LH side and more room for starter motor maintenance on the RH side.

The rear end is a beast. It's going to need a Panhard bar. Nice job! - Dave
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