MK II/3.8S Power Rack and Pinion Kit. Once an early sedans power steering box is substantially worn, theres not much hopeinternal parts simply are not available. Thats why weve developed a conversion kit to install an XJ rack-and-pinion power steering rack in MK IIs and other early sedans. The updated parts greatly improve steering feel and reliability. Whats more, the conversion doesnt alter the cars appearance and offers availability of replacement parts. The kit includes a modified rebuilt steering rack, mounting bushings, tie rod ends, custom-fabricated adapter bracket and new, custom, power steering hoses, filter and hardware. The kit is easy to install and makes use of the stock power steering pump attached to the generator. However, the steering shaft must be shortened (this involves cutting the old shaft, some grinding, and re-welding the shaft to the U-joint yoke). This means its easier to use the early type shaft; the later shaft with the CV-type joint is cast and more difficult to safely modify. Installation is simple enough for the home mechanic. Of course, we can arrange transportation to XKs UNLIMITED for installation. Supplied high pressure MK II hose does not fit 420; have original modified locally. Without banjo fitting on high pressure hose; see VIN breaks. Note: The banjo-type hose between the pump and power steering box was fitted up to 3.4 KG.1001 to KG.7699; 3.8 LA.1001 to LA.9999 and LB.1001 to LB.2633.