The rack and pinion is supposed to turn each of the front wheels differently, such that lines orthogonal to the wheels will intersect in line with the rear axle:
- Which components of the rack and pinion mechanism are modified in order to account for different spacing between the front wheels, and between the front and rear axles?
The only parts I see to play around with are the steering arms, the tie rods, and the rack itself. For the latter two, I imagine you could play around with their relatively lengths, and the steering arm gives a length and an angle.
- How do I calculate the necessary dimensions of these various parts for a given set up?