SlickNicklol: on older gms with the tie rod mounted from the bottom, you can give the knuckle a nice solid smack and the tie rod drops out
Mike Hawk: Hello, thanks 1A Auto for all your informational videos. One quick question, is there a inner tie rod torque? Also, would this apply to a 05 tahoe 2wd?
Wiggy McCrackin: I really have to say the way you guys explain and edit these videos are extremely well informed. keep it up. very helpful
Alex Recupero: how come you can move the rotors side to side (as if the steering wheel was turning) when the tire is off but not when it is on? also, when you do this does it move the steering wheel too? great videos. i only use your videos when working on my 04 burb
John Arbiter: Is there a lot of difference between a 2WD and a 4WD when it comes to tie rods?
John Arbiter: Hello and how are you doing? I love watching your videos, they are very informative. I have an 02 Gmc Sierra 1500 2WD, I want to replace the tie rods (inner and outer) and probably a few more parts. what can you recommend?
chacho sanchez: What would cause this problem? I've had to replace the same tie rod for a 2nd time now? Always on the driver side.
Clint Divine: great video. keep up the good work
Tyler Laczko: AMAZING! Thank you.
Jim Duffin: thanx 1a
Jordan Bolling: I'm fixn to order the whole steering Assembly including gear box and pitman arm
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Jvillebdks87: great video. wish there had been some close ups though. Thanks
toromecanico03: Thank you A1 Auto for your great videos
c230benzito: Seem like really nice guys. I watch and use a whole bunch of 1AAutos' videos. Very helpful. Thanks for taking the time to make all these videos. We viewers really do appreciate it.
BrodekDHE: Inner Tie Rod is 36mm
Brian Lackey: Success! Thank again for the great diy videos.
86johnnyg: I just changed my tie rod on my 05 GMC Sierra when I jerk my steering wheel side to side it ends up going side ways even when my tires are straight?
Brian Lackey: I'm about to perform this exact repair but I don't have a tie rod removal tool. Couldn't I simply hammer the outer tie rod stud downward to remove it from the steering knuckle. Being as I am replacing it anyway, what could it hurt? Or, is this part so tightly installed that I would more than likely "mushroom" the stud and create a need for it to be cut off?
aaroncrabbe: Mine required a 36mm wrench. I really enjoy your videos and if i lived in the good old U S of A I would definitely buy my parts from you!
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