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Old 02-21-2002, 02:05 PM
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Replacing steering linkage. What First ?

After an inspection of the suspension parts and steering linkage ,I discovered that the tie rods, center link and damper , along with new sway bar bushings were in need of drastic repair rather than the shocks. Is there a "best way" to put these pieces on in order ?

1 Tie rod assys ,both sides,
2. center link
3. damper shock
4. Sway bar bushings.

I don't want to take any of them off to put something else on next.


Mike V
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