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Old 07-14-2006, 10:18 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by BillBoost37
You use a punch and push it through the hole.

Pete..

Please keep in mind..there are inner and outer tie rods. The inner require special tools and can be quite difficult.
Yep. I'm starting with the outers. I don't know if my inners are bad, or how I would know yet. I'll see the improvement the ball joints and the outer TR ends do. I'm doing the BJs tomorrow. Since my symptoms heavily lean towards the Ball Joints and TR ends, I'm going to expect a huge improvement...after the alignment.
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