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It seems to have a teflon bushing over it
Yes you need an inner tie rod tool which is long and has several different sizes of connectors to apply to tie rod.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
222,000 miles? that's a good vechile so far! anyways, do some price checking. new rack and pinions come with the inner tie rods. so if it's like 50 more for the whole assembly, i would but if not, it's up to you. i've changed some rack and pinions on vechiles that were under 150000 due to major leaking. and if you put just new rods in, if it dose start leaking later, you'll get new inner rods again with new system you'll just be paying labor and alingment charges again. so again, my OPINION is if I'm going to keep it for a while and if it's COST effective, just to do the whole unit.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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