Question about Ford E-350
The tie rod ends are pressed in and you need a tool called a "pickle fork". It is a driver that has the end shaped to fit and wedge between the ball and socket. You have really clobber it because front ends are made not to fall apart.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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