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    My steering rack restoration continues on my blog page.

    If anyone is interested I've been venting my frustration on my rack rebuild on my blog. I want to thank my go-to man Terry Hunt for listening to my crap.

    https://wordpress.com/post/triumphst...dpress.com/290

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    Sorry here is the link. No need to sign in

    https://triumphstagblog.wordpress.com/

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      #3
      I was able to rebuild a rack which came off a '71 Stag. This rack has the Adwest control unit. The one I could NOT get to work was from a '73 parts car. Here are some links to a couple of Youtube videos I made with my phone. I used some cheaper seals. The rack works, but I wonder how long the rack with last. The car is currently waiting for a clutch master cylinder and slave cylinder rebuild.

      Disassembly
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZ8AHgrz7i8&t=15s
      Reassembly
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUDvMoTGgnY&t=1045s

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        #4
        Not sure how to post on this site properly so here go`s

        Hi I Just purchased my Stag not pretty but she`s mine : Now front end is very light to the point can be scary, It has a rover v8 fitted I know its lighter than the original But how light, it go`s like stink but that could just be from the drivers seat.
        Is there any way I can check to see if its springs or something else
        Swifty

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          #5
          Seem to recall that softer front springs & pas pump high pressure relief valve mod was needed for RV8 stags. Maybe paul Thomas from monarch could help?
          There are 2 secrets to staying on top :- 1. Don't give everything away.
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