All my talk about rubber mounts reminded me of this neat home made solution to steering rack movement. I had this posted on my web site, thought I ‘d put a copy here too.
Gary Stearns’ method of how to make your own polyurethane bushing to replace the slopy or worn out stock units.
“Attached is a bitmap of drawings that I made of these bushings and their installation. The one’s that I started with came from Autozone and were sold as anti-roll bar bushings in a pack of eight.
I was able to get the bushings in and out without removing the rack completely, but it’s not easy. To permit “test fits”, you might want to take the rack out; I’ve done that too and it’s not as difficult as you might think. ”