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rack and pinion

[′rak ən ′pin·yən]
(mechanical engineering)
A gear arrangement consisting of a toothed bar that meshes with a pinion.
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According to Jonathan Randall, director of product marketing at Freightliner Trucks, the idea of using rack and pinion steering on heavy-duty trucks came from Freightliner engineers working with Pikes Peak Freightliner Century Class S/T racer Mike Ryan.
The rack and pinion steering system consists of the rack, a horizontal shaft with teeth, which intersects the pinion at a 90[degrees] angle.
Being the first in the industry to offer rack and pinion steering on our trucks is another example of our dedication to provide our customers with the most advanced, efficient products on the road.
Remanufactured Rack and Pinion Steering Gear Aftermarket, finds that the market earned revenues of $121.
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The remanufactured rack and pinion steering gear aftermarket demonstrates a tendency toward commoditization as price represents a vital purchase factor.
The variable-ratio rack and pinion steering system weighs an almost unbelievable 22.
TRW is the world's largest independent designer and manufacturer of rack and pinion steering gears, engine valves, air bags and seat belts.
TRW Italia, headquartered near Milan in Gardone Valtrompia, Brescia, manufactures manual and power rack and pinion steering gears.
TRW is the world's largest independent designer and manufacturer of rack and pinion steering gears, suspension ball joints, steering linkage, and integral power steering gears, valves, valve train components, and valve train systems.