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New Trooper Steering Rack.Up graded in the USA.We disassemble the rack than we remove the gears and file the teeth and this will make it last longer.Plastic insert was installed buy the factory.We use a special grease that we found for C/V joints.It keeps the C/V joints 20 degrees cooler running in the dunes all day.

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