Atlantic Automotive Rack & Pinion AAE64197
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Every unit is remanufactured, inspected and tested to the strictest standards in the industry to ensure the customer is purchasing a quality product. Atlantic Automotive Engineering goes beyond original equipment specifications to improve the performance of every part we produce.
- Every unit is tested under load to ensure proper seal seating so that the unit remains leak free.
- Components are reconditioned back to their original specifications so that the unit looks and operates as it did when built new.
- New bellows are installed with stainless steel clamps to safeguard the rack against premature failure.
- Computer aided testers are used to ensure that steering ¿feel' is matched to the original equipment part so your car steers like it did when new .
- Each unit is painted using a glossy black high heat and element resistant premium surface paint to safeguard the unit from harsh road conditions.
- Shafts are polished to precise measurements and finished using automated centerless grinders to ensure a long, leak-free life.
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