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    Default Steering rack bushings

    Hey,
    I need new steering rack bushings, the company I ordered from, PST, sent me 2 thin bushings instead of one thick and one thin. I've search the common MSA, Black Dragon, Courtesy and their years only go to 73 240 then consider 74-78 260 and 280 the same part number.... does this mean I should get the 260-280 kit since my car is an early 74 260? The pictures for the 240 shows 2 different sized bushings, none show the other years so I don't know if they are the right kit to buy. Thanks
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    I searched some more and found the split of 70-73 and 74-78 so I guess I need 74-78.
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    yep...the 74-78 is what you need...Have fun putting the passenger side one on if you have the motor in...lol I took me 4 hours to do both by myself on my early 260...

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    HAHA thanks, I took out the old ones and put them back in a while ago.... didn't take too long, but I'm assuming the urethane will be nice and thick.
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    haha...You have NO clue!!!! :-D
    it took forever for me to do it and I did it at night in my garage with a decent amount of light...the Polyurethane is just a little thicker...just a little too much.

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