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Steering Knuckle Removal

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The grimy old steering knuckle being removed. But first, the half-shaft has to be removed, and there's a trick to this: you need to line up the flattened side of the Birfield joint with the four bolts atop the steering arm. Next, unbolt the steering arm, then proceed with the knuckle removal. Once you've removed the rotor and spindle, the shafts can be removed at any time since the frontend has no C-slips.