I have a 1993 164QV24 that has a leaking steering rack which needs to be fixed before the annual inspection (c.f. MOT in the UK). It is a RHD in Hong Kong so it has been quite difficult to find parts new or re-manufactured for it. Six or seven years ago, my mechanic helped me remove the steering rack and send the steering rack to the US for a professional rebuild. All was fine and I even found the rare mounting bushings (one round and one in hexagon shape). Five years later, not only did the leak recur but the bushings again deteriorated and the steering wheel started failing to centre, occasionally skewed to the right or left when rolling straight line. Managed to control the leak and passed the annual inspection for a year and then the leak continues, so bad that it has to be fixe this time before taking to the annual inspection. I noticed that the previous rebuilld service in the US now offer permanent guarantee, but I hope to avoid having to remove it, ground the car for a few weeks, and shipping it back and forth. How do fellow 164 owners in the UK deal with the leaking steering racks. Are rebuilt steering racks readily available, and if so, where best to find them?