Question about 1995 Chevrolet K1500
You need to get a pitman arm puller. Sometimes you can rent one from the local parts store or canadian tire has a tool loan program. Also you will need a splitting fork to knock out the ball joint fiting. the rest is easy no adjustments are required. Make sure you install a new cotter pin that will come with the pitman arm.
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