Whilst they may look the same, most Triumph steering racks cannot be successfully interchanged without some level of modification. In recent years, the most prevalent example has been using a late model T2000/2500 rack when converting a left-hand drive TR6. This article discusses the origins, repair, conversions and modifications for race use, and particularly shows why such conversions are usually done wrongly.
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Models: 2000/2500 MK1 / 2000/2500 MK2 / Dolomite Sprint / GT6 MKI / GT6 MKII / GT6 MKIII / Herald 1200 e 12/50 / Roadster TR4 / Roadster TR5 / Roadster TR6 / Spitfire 4 / Spitfire MKII / Spitfire MKIII