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Old 01-17-2011, 09:34 AM
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Mustang II inner tie rod

How difficult is it to replace the inner tie rod on a MII Rack? I need to replace the one on the passenger side, has anyone done this?
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It is actually very easy. There is a knuckle inside the boot that just simply unscrews from the rack internals. Cut the metal strap to gain access under the boot and pull the boot back out of the way. We just use a zip tie to hold the boot in place afterwards. If you have any trouble finding a suitable replacement locally send me a PM, I can get them pretty easily for manual or power racks.

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Thanks Jason. I can probably pick one up at NAPA, if not I'll pm you. Do I need any special tools or is it as simple as unscrewing it?

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Thanks Jason. I can probably pick one up at NAPA, if not I'll pm you. Do I need any special tools or is it as simple as unscrewing it?

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Channel locks or even a crescent wrench will get the job done.

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Channel locks or even a crescent wrench will get the job done.

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X2 been there not a hard job.


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