Rack-and-Pinion Conversions

Aeroform
800-345-2376
www.Aeroform.com

What models are covered?
'641/2-68 Mustang

What do you get?
Kits include a power rack, mounting brackets, U-joint assembly, power steering hoses, and a complete hardware kit.

What options are available?
Chrome ididit steering columns are the only option available.

Why should I buy it?
Aeroform says their kit installs with basic handtools in approximately three hours and uses existing or readily available power steering pumps and bracket. Plus, at 2.5 turns lock-to-lock, Aeroform claims it's the quickest ratio steering rack on the market and saves significant weight over the original steering system.

Are any modifications required?
Absolutely no cutting, welding, or drilling is required if purchased with the steering column, but stock columns will require minor trimming.

How do I buy it?
Direct from Aeroform, on the website or by phone

How much does it cost?
$895 for the basic kit, $1,495.95 with the chrome column

Church Boys Racing
330-442-7162
www.ChurchBoysRacing.com

What models are covered?
'62-67 Nova

What do you get?
The base kit includes a 1? x .125 wall tubular crossmember that replaces the flex-prone stocker, ididit paintable tilt column, plug-and-play wiring harness, floor support bracket, manual rack with billet aluminum rack clamps, Heim joint rear-mounted strut rods (fronts are eliminated), billet steel steering arms, and Borgeson steering joints.

What options are available?
The full conversion package includes the exclusive 1?-inch Church Bar sway bar, as well as tubular lower control arms equipped with chromoly Teflon rod ends (F/K bearings), new eccentric bolts, and Moog ball joints.

Why should I buy it?
The rack installs far forward in the chassis instead of the usual location under the engine, which means that a stock front sump, or any rear sump oil pan, can still be used. The extra room also clears LS swaps and can even accommodate inline-sixes if a 230 or 250 rear sump pan is used. No ground clearance is lost either, thanks to the high mounting location achievable with the custom steering arms. Lock-to-lock steering is reduced from 4 turns to 33/4, which resulted in 2 mph and .66 seconds improvement in the slalom on a station wagon test car.

Are any modifications required?
With the base kit, the forward rubber mounted strut rods are eliminated and replaced with a stronger, rear-mounted system. The passenger strut rod bolts up with a supplied mounting plate that uses existing boltholes from the stock steering, but the driver side requires drilling four ?-inch holes in the lip of the frame.

How do I buy it?
From Church Boys or from one of the authorized dealers listed on the main website

How much does it cost?
$1,600 for the base package, $2,200 for the full package