Steer with Ease
Perhaps the most important part in your classic Mustang's steering system is the rack and pinion. This is what receives steering input and transmits it to the wheels. Thanks to the rack and pinion, you can turn. But over time it's normal for the rack and pinion to lose steering feel. You can easily replace yours with one that mimics the factory original. However, a lot of people take this opportunity to add power steering.
While power steering isn't a necessity, it definitely makes long drives a lot more enjoyable. Adding power steering to a first-generation Mustang is a popular modification because of how much it improves the driving experience.
You should also indulge a little with your Mustang's steering. If you don't like your steering wheel, then why not replace it? It's an easy upgrade you'll get to appreciate frequently.
A responsive steering system is something you'll appreciate every time you take your Mustang out for a drive.
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