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TIE RODS ARE RUBBING ON RIMS ?????

Im workng on my fathers chev, while being parked it was side swiped on the drivers side, ive changed the driverside tie rod and now the rods are rubbing on rim WHY ?????

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May have other damage to suspsion components

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