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Going to look at some street pack alloys tomorrow and was just wondering if anyone knows how hard it is to change the steering rack limiter ?

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Will they not clash with my bodywork though ? It would be going from 195s to 205s

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Will they not clash with my bodywork though ? It would be going from 195s to 205s

pm'd you mate

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Mine are 205 40 17s and have no rub problems I had them on my last fiesta too and they was fine. Like u I was worried and fitted rack limiter on my last car but turning circle was poor so I took them off and had no problems so when I got my new car I just put them strait on.

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On a side note, is it difficult to remove the steering limiter? If I knew for certain they wouldn't rub, I'd be interested in getting some turning circle back!

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I didn't touch mine in the end because I've had no problems but I think it's straight forward

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Yep they can be removed I had some fitted aand hated them so had them removed

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I think the steering rack limiter is more for lowerd cars but I have clearance both sides on both of my fiestas

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I have plenty of clearance aswell glad I didn't bother buying any now

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I wonder if it might be worth asking my friendly mechanic, then... Other than the stock lowering on the Zetec S, my car has not been lowered and nor am I going to do so! To regain some turning circle would be great.

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I would if lowering more keep them on if not take them off and enjoy the smaller turning circle

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