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From: Bob Kramer <email@example.com>
Date: Sat, 15 Mar 1997 09:03:07 -0600
Subject: RE:TR2 RACK AND PINION CONVERSION
> Does anyone have any experience or familiarity with the rack and pinion
> conversion kit offered by the firm called PROTEK, located in Oxon, England
> They advertise in TRaction. The kit is described as 'bolt on'. I am
> considering purchasing a kit for installation on my TR2 project.
> Anyone out there who has performed the conversion described by Bob Shaller
> his book? What's a reasonable cost estimate to use Shaller's method
> assuming you have someone else do the fabrication work required? At 470
> pounds I wonder if the kit might not be just as cheap.
> I've seen several of the cars from the DCTRA with the conversion done with
> Shaller's method and the owners always reported being delighted with the
> results. A TR friend here started on a 'Shaller' conversion but reported
> not enough detail in the description to complete the task, so he quit.
> Bob Paul
Could you forward me any responses. What's the cost?
Bob Kramer, Austin Texas
Hill Country Triumph Club
TR6 x3, TR250 x3, TR3A Vintage Racer