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Old 06-10-2013, 05:55 AM   #1
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Default TC4 steering rack, option parts?


I was wondering if there was an aftermarket replacement part for the TC4 steering rack (31003)?

I broke mine over the weekend in a very low impact hit and didn't have a replacement.

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None of the aluminum steering options are recommended. Replace the AE part and upgrade your front bumper + trim your axle tips sticking out of the wheel nuts.....
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Why are the aluminum steering options not recommended? I see some with bronze bushings. Is the Made in China quality that low?
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GPM Has one but the only part to use is the cross piece that breaks. use the plastic for everything else. they are available on ebay but getting harder to find

Just search for aluminum tc4 steering rack

But the Xray Hard bumper is a must if you want the breakages to stop
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