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Old 10/17/16, 01:01 PM   #76
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I don't like pickle forks, put the castle nut on upside down and hit the hole side of the arm with a hammer. The tie rod should pop right out and not damage anything.

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The reason I asked on how to remove it was, I didn't think hitting the tie rod end with a 5 pound hammer was wise. As you know the drag link is attached to the tie rod.
If it was the steering knuckle I can see hitting it with a hammer.
The dust boot on my rod end will not work with "the cure"

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Tighten up that steering!

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Make your truck track straighter then you might be ;-)

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No more bouncing from white line to yellow line... this is like sobering up your steering!

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Bouncing between the lane lines isn't fun.

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Get a little more 'feel' at the wheel.

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Cure the wander-lust of your steering ;-)

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Tidy steering is a nice feeling.

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