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Question Inner and Outer track rod replacement

Hi All,

My inner track/tie rods make clunking noise when turning the wheel and I'm going to attempt to change them myself. Has anyone done this job and have any tips to share?

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Yeah. Get it tracked properly PDQ when you are done changing them.
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