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rack & pinion, the way to go #4655101
02/03/18 04:59 PM
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my sister's 2000 sienna has an ugly steering leak. I'm leaning towards a junkyard unit, rockauto has this
not something to trust imo,,, what do you think

Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655107
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I've installed several of the AAE racks at work. The new ones when they have them. They seem comparable to Cardone, maybe a little nicer.

No issues or come backs as of yet. I would jump on the AAE new for $211, see if you can get it local to save shipping.


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Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655135
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Comparable to Cardone?

Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655144
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Dealer, Jorgen Automotive or Maval...in that order.

The rest are garbage.

Originally Posted By: koffy
Comparable to Cardone?

Cardone is probably your worst option.

Last edited by The Critic; 02/03/18 06:11 PM.

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Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655152
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Forget all that trash (it is absolute rubbish, you have to call it for what it is), get one from Jorgen automotive. These guys build a very good unit, they will also sell you a "short" rack with boots and clamps if you prefer to use your own brand of inner tie rod.
I have used a lot of their racks and boxes and have spoken to the owner a few times about "special jobs" and he went and looked himself while on the phone with me, they have craftsmanship not min wage workers.

http://www.jorgenauto.com/index.html


Edit: Critic beat me to it. LOL

Last edited by Trav; 02/03/18 06:19 PM.

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Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: The Critic] #4655153
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how do they stay in business?

Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: The Critic] #4655157
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Originally Posted By: The Critic

Cardone is probably your worst option.
I agree! Cardon stuff is junk

Last edited by Chris142; 02/03/18 06:27 PM.

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Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655316
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I've heard good things about BBB reman parts

They're famous for there Saab SIDs, Honda power steering pumps, etc


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Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4655354
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today I didn't fish anything...junkyard I SAID,,,,THAT'S what I'll get.
bitog is not adding,,,, today
who cares, its just data

Re: rack & pinion, the way to go [Re: koffy] #4658507
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Originally Posted By: koffy
today I didn't fish anything...junkyard I SAID,,,,THAT'S what I'll get.
bitog is not adding,,,, today
who cares, its just data

??


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2007 Honda Accord 2.4 - 133K - Mobil 1 EP HM 5W-30

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