Gen V LT4 ’68 Camaro Morrison Detroit Speed Rack and Pinion Steering

Morrison sources their steering rack from Detroit Speed because I think it’s one of the best out there.  Coming off the 2″ steering column is a 1″ DD x 3/4″ DD vibration reducing U-Joint from Borgeson.  These eliminate the unsightly and funky looking rag joint that was a staple of these mid-sixties GM cars.

Plenty of room all around with the factory hand-built SS headers and the front mounted DSI power steering rack.  This is sometimes a critical area for space depending on what type of header system you use.  This location would be where the original power steering unit for the Camaro would have resided.  Most aftermarket long-tube header systems are designed around this steering gear so there should be plenty of room depending on what type of header system you used.