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Re: Replcing tie rod assmby. on 80...

When I replaced my outer tie rod ends I rented a puller from rental city 
for ~$5.  They were actually quite easy to get out, in my opinion they 
could be tapped out.
Brendan Rudack

On Tue, 12 Mar 1996, Mark Shilling wrote:

> Hey Guys!
> This weekend I am going to replace the left tie rod assembly and ball joint,
> hopefully fixing the clunking and creaking that I am getting since
> discovering the end nut is *warped*. (Originally frozen/overtorqued, now
> apparently loose)  in place The procedure (for the tie rod) calls for either
> a press or a puller to complete the job.  Since I have neither are there any
> *common household substitutes* I can use?  Any help is greatly appreciated!
> Mark
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