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Old 03-19-2012, 06:24 PM   #61
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If you are good at it, turn the nut upside down screw on so that the top surface of the nut and the threaded part of the tie rod is flush and smack with a hammer - can also smack the little tab on the part that the tie rod end goes into. Otherwise go to Orielys and borrow a tie rod puller.
I used a 25lb Dumbell to get mine out!! Worked like a charm!
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If I get Mickey Thompson 17x9 rims will I need spacers? Do they have spindles that retain the sway bar?
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Found out yesterday:

With maxtrac spindles, it tells you not to use the dust shield. I installed the hub assembly without the shields, it was a PITA to turn the hubs by hand. I loosened up the 4 bolts, spun freely. Turns out that with the maxtrac, that tiny dust shield space between the hub and spindle is necessary. I ended up cutting the dust shields to make a "spacer".
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Found out yesterday:

With maxtrac spindles, it tells you not to use the dust shield. I installed the hub assembly without the shields, it was a PITA to turn the hubs by hand. I loosened up the 4 bolts, spun freely. Turns out that with the maxtrac, that tiny dust shield space between the hub and spindle is necessary. I ended up cutting the dust shields to make a "spacer".
we ran in to the SAME issue with my friends spindles. we sanded the back down to make it go freely.
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