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Rack & Pinion bolt size?

I just got a Flaming River manual rack & pinion (thanks Cale!) for my 1993 Mustang. Does anybody know what size bolts the rack & pinion uses to bolt to the k-member? I thought I had them set aside from the stock rack & pinion but I cannot find them and I don't know what size they were. Thanks in advance.

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Chris I think they were 5/8 but not 100% sure.

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Chris I think they were 5/8 but not 100% sure.
Do you know if there are metal sleeves that are supposed to run through the bushings? When the box came today there was a big hole in the end of it. I had some Poly bushings in there but I don't think you run the bolt right through them without a metal sleeve. But maybe you do. I'm thinking that maybe something fell out of the box but not sure. Damn UPS guys... They kind of tore it up.

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I am pretty sure there is a sleeve in there 99% sure.

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I am pretty sure there is a sleeve in there 99% sure.
Damn.. Figures. I'll have to talk to Cale then flog the UPS guy. Why does everything always have to be difficult? All I want to do is haul some ***!!

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UPS had to buy a couple hundred dollars worth of parts for me once and ever since my packages have arrived in nice shape. Also had to report Fed-Ex to BBB once and things get to me now quickly.

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