Branislav Stratrov: my idiot mechanic put oil (not grease) inside the boot. About 3 medium side syringe because i was having noise when turning the wheel. It didnt help, how i have oil inside the boot. If that oil goes into the vent tube it will clog it up and the boot will break from pressure.
jghk xgjvv: cause of this video I got off my ass and changed the outter and inner tie rods and saved about 400 bucks. great video. thank u!!
Luke Materi: Great video. You explained things short and to the point with clarity.
I will be changing my inner rods in the next few days.
Thanks for the great video! ☺
sndman60: Very good tutorial - straightforward and clear.
Claymore29: fantastic ..thanks
Luciano Rivera: thanks dave nice video great how you explained
Ulises Chilperico: What does the inner tie rod connect to? is it the steering rack end seal? i got in a small accident and when i replaced my tie rod it isn't smooth 360 turn
Ryan Witkowski: excellent video! feel more confident doing it myself now.
David Jackson: Top video, many thanks.
Daniel Mata: is it only me who can't get the inner side of the boot back on? the,"zip tie" type thing is just to hard to wrap around
helllokitty138: Thanks a whole bunch! I need to replace my inner tie rod and was so stressed on how to perform this repair!
Matt Hoffman: Thanks for the awesomely clear and informative video.
Donald Estes: Very good video
jttasb: best way I have seen on where to strike to separate the tie rod end from the knuckle without damaging the boot, "A" for tonight for you! Can't wait to try it tomorrow....
Matt3608: Is this seriously how easy it is!?...... WOW!!..... thanks for the awesome video! I will be saving myself alot of money!
Ramon Valle: Putos son todos:-B :-B :-B :-B
kurojin97: How in the world did you get that inner clamp off?!
jross adams: good vid!!! thanks.
Jonathan James: ok. i guess i will try it on my 2000 s-type jaguar. thanks bro
Frank Arlt: Which adapter size for Ford Explorer 1997? 1-7/16" or 36mm? Want to buy these Inner Tie Rod Removable Tool.
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