SEMA 2012: Unisteer Feeds The Steering Need
Building and piecing together your project vehicle can be a daunting task. And if you’re like most, you’ll agree that the attention to detail remain a priority. Luckily, the folks at Unisteer are further simplifying the car building experience with their complete application specific or universal steering systems.
Continuing to support the hobby, this year Unisteer was chalked full of all new parts, including ’58-62 Corvette power rack & pinion kits and even cross steer/electra steer kits. First off was Unisteer’s ’58-62 Corvette rack & pinion, which replaces the worn-out factory unit and bolts in to fit the factory suspension. Of course Unisteer will include the correct hardware, fittings and outer tie rod ends for a complete kit.
Don’t need power? Not to worry, Unisteer is producing these select kits with a manual option. This will eliminate the hoses and power steering pump for a clean and slick look; great for racing applications.
Complete power rack & pinion kits are also available for ’60-72 Chevrolet trucks, ’55-57 Ford Thunderbird and ’49-51 Ford and ’55-56 Ford. What’s more, Unisteer is also offering up electric power steering units sold as a universal kit or with a 2-inch Ididit floor shift column (column sold separately). These kits include the motor, computer module, wiring harness and universal mounting bracket. These kits will allow for a clean look; eliminating the need a complicated steering rack, pump or hoses.
For additional information on the Unisteer line of products, make sure to visit their website.