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I just would like to know what to takle first or replace first to tighten up the steering in my 91 ford bronco

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To do it you will need a couple specialty tools. You may be able to rent them at the auto parts store. Your going to have to remove the steering wheel and a few other things that can be a pain without the right tools.

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