The mounting points for the steering rack on most aftermarket k members are shorter than the stock k member. So they require shorter bolts to clear it. Although my did come with the shorter rack bolts in the kit.
Answered by Clint D. from Wichita | Comment 0 0
I suppose this is applicable to any of the tubular K members, Can you install/replace the starter in a Coyote swapped sn95 with BBK swap headers if a tubular K member is installed? I note that I cannot with my stock K member...
Asked by Ian H. from Weyers Cave, VA | Comment 0 0
A tubular K member will improve clearance to make this easier, but it will still be a difficult task. I can't say I have encountered this on a 94+ car, but I have heard of fox guys being able to get the starter out with the stock K member.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
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