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Unread 09-09-2012, 08:45 PM   #1
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Looking to borrow tie rod linkage adjustment tool in OC area

I'm looking to borrow a tie rod adjustment tool in the Orange Co area. Its the style that grabs the tie rod and the harder you pull the tighter it grabs. I've tried to get by without it, but no luck. Also tried to find one local, with no luck either. I need to recenter my steering wheel after a lift install and don't want to pay 80 bucks for an alignment. PM if you might be able to help out.

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Unread 09-11-2012, 08:27 AM   #2
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I'm looking to borrow a tie rod adjustment tool in the Orange Co area. Its the style that grabs the tie rod and the harder you pull the tighter it grabs. I've tried to get by without it, but no luck. Also tried to find one local, with no luck either. I need to recenter my steering wheel after a lift install and don't want to pay 80 bucks for an alignment. PM if you might be able to help out.
I just use a large pipe wrench or strap wrench. Other tools you might find at auto parts as free loaner
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