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Steering Linkage Removal

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6. The last major components holding the front end in are the track bar, steering linkage and shocks—all of which came out willingly with air tools. No need to yank any of these all the way out (unless you’re replacing them.) The shocks can dangle from their upper mounts and you can cinch everything else up out of the way with tie straps or bungee cords. You’re almost there, but don’t forget the small things like the driveshaft and vent tube.