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New MarRack Mount Upgrades!
« on: Dec 12, 2022, 01:09:05 PM »
Check out our new steering upgrades for RCLT HD installations!



Heavy Duty Center Mount for MarRack Steering Rack
MarlinCrawler.com/steering/parts/rclt/heavy-duty-center-mount-marrack-steering-rack

The MarRack features a new center mount for a third steering rack-to-frame connection, which this kit takes advantage of for extra strength, reliability, and safety. With this kit, the MarRack has a 5.1-times greater rack-to-frame connection size compared to stock light-duty steering racks.

Benefits:
  • Greatly increases rack mount strength for horizontal forces
  • Spreads loads away from main mounts increasing frame mount durability
Specifically designed for an RCLT HD installation for proper alignment with frame. Not compatible with factory-installed steering racks. Tested since April 2022 on sixteen Moab trails and our local Dusy/Ershim trail with RCLT HD & 40" tires.


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Re: New MarRack Mount Upgrades!
« Reply #1 on: Dec 12, 2022, 01:09:52 PM »


Double-Sheer Mount for MarRack Steering Rack
MarlinCrawler.com/steering/parts/rclt/double-sheer-mount-marrack-steering-rack

This kit adds a reinforcement above the rack that is welded to the frame for the ultimate in frame sleeve strength and rack bushing reliability. Installing "Dual" mounts increases the rack-to-frame connection size by 4.5-times greater than stock light-duty steering racks.

Benefits:
  • Prevent Toyota's mount design being yanked out of the frame in high stress applications (38" or larger tires)
  • Enlarged contact area covers entire bushing preventing passenger-side bushing failure
Originally designed in 2021 for an undersized prototype passenger-side frame insert, now available as an upgrade kit for either passenger- or driver-side MarRack mounts! Tested since April 2022 on sixteen Moab trails and our local Dusy/Ershim trail with RCLT HD & 40" tires.

Sold separately. Order Qty 1 for one MarRack mount, or Qty 2 to upgrade both mounts. Fits either side mount, however, please see "Dual Mount Notes" on our website for possible limitations.



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Re: New MarRack Mount Upgrades!
« Reply #2 on: Dec 12, 2022, 01:11:15 PM »
Unmatched Strength, further unmatched!

RCLT HD now has up to an 8.2-times larger steering rack-to-frame mount connection than stock, making it the strongest and most reliable Toyota/Lexus IFS steering rack mount available.



RCLT HD Owners Club Thread

RCLT HD Owners & Installers: Click Here to view BigMike's introduction thread with more info and pictures!



In-Stock and Ready To Ship!

Both kits over a year in development and tested since April at both Moab and Central California Rock Crawling trails

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