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Textbook Problem

A rack and pinion steering gear _____.

a. has tie-rods that connect the rack directly to the steering arms

b. is a gear in which the rack needs an idler arm to change the direction of the steering arms

c. has inner tie-rod ends that are pressed onto the rack

d. has more friction points compared to a parallelogram steering linkage

To determine

The rack and pinion steering gear.

Explanation

The inner tie-rod is connected to the rack and to the outer tie-rod end which is connected to the steering arms. Thus, rack is not directly connected to the steering arms.

The rack and pinion steering gear does not have any idler arm. Thus, it does not need an idler arm to change the direction...

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