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Tie Rod Ends

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Next remove one of the tie-rod ends by unscrewing it and pry the tie-rod end clamp off that side. This will allow you to slip the handle of a Hi-Lift Jack over the tie-rod end. Then reinstall the tie-rod end clamp and finally the tie-rod end. Both tie-rod ends must be in about the same place as they were before the part bent in order to avoid drastically changing the toe of the steering.