74weld steering rack
74weld steering rack
We now offer 74 weld steering rack. This service requires you to ship us your steering rack in order to assemble. we will not program HOSS racks for your non HOSS bronco. however we can upgrade your raptor or hoss 3.0 rack.
By offering the 2.0 rack this allows us to upgrade our OE rack with no programming. simply remove your current rack and sent it to us. since the billet rack has much bigger outer ends your stock boots wont fit. we recommend going to a heim tierod setup.
We can do a full removal and install of the rack for an additional cost. price varies from $500-$800 depending on current vehicle setup. (this is by appointment only) Shop is located in South Gate California. EMAIL for install pricing
This is much more than a simple housing. Our billet aluminum steering rack is a completely redesigned solution for those who want the security of knowing that this housing will not break. We have redesigned how the rack bar is stabilized in the housing, eliminating the common failure points on both sides of the rack. The factory rack bar is stabilized by 1.5 points of contact. Our billet housings stabilizes the rack in 4 points of contact and adds a massive amount of material to high stress housing areas making it the strongest steering rack available.
While this is a massive improvement over the factory rack, we still maintain full OEM compatibility. The OE rack is fully integrated with factory ABS electronics and this critical component is fully maintained with the 74Weld Billet Bronco Steering Rack. We use the internals and motor from your existing steering rack to ensure proper electronic integration and compatibility with all OE systems. Plan on driving your Bronco mostly on the street? No problem, this is NOT an off road only product. It will function perfectly for road driving with zero adverse effects. The fitment and feel is perfect for road use, but strong enough to take heavy off road abuse.
We believe that the factory internals are not the problem. In our opinion the issue is how the rack bar is stabilized and the material the housing is made from. Change these and your rack will stay alive!