Part of the problem with adapting a steering rack to the Olds is that the lower control arms are so long, the inner pivot points are near the center of the car. This means the inner pivot points of the tie rods on a normal steering rack wouldn’t align with them, leading to bumpsteer. The solution? To use a steering rack where the pivots are in the center. This one is from a late-’80s to early-’90s Grand Am. It can also be found in a Cutlass or Calais. The left side of the mounting bracket bolts to the original steering box mounting holes.