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inner tie rod removal tool

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I am doing a complete refresh of the suspension on my 2003 Carrera Coupe.  The only tool I don't have is the inner tie rod removal tool.  Does anyone have a recommendation?  Amazon is my friend since I am on Oahu and shipping is ridiculous.  I haven't looked into renting etc but I generally prefer to own my tools.

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14 hours ago, Shrek said:

Thanks.  Will the Lisle 45750 system work?

That I do not know; the difference between the set we use and the 45750 is ours has all the adaptors while the 45750 only comes with six.  You might want to check with Lise to see if the smaller set has the correct adaptor, or if you can purchase it separately (I know they do sell them singularly). 

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I replaced inner/outer 4 weeks ago (including tuning forks and coffin arms) on my 2000 C2.  I bought the offset oetiker clamp tool for the boot clamps (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0080J1200/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1; Lisle 30600) from Amazon, but borrowed the tie rod tool (and I tend to buy the tools as well - own compressor, impact, etc... from previous jobs).


Rick Hutton You Tube shows the EverTough brand (from O'Reillys) works, while I used the OEMTools brand version (from Autozone).  Realize your location creates other challenges.  I have a 1995 Honda Del Sol to do in a few weeks and I'm still borrowing this particular product.


One thing I did differently from the videos, was put the rubber band around the steering rack before putting the inner tie rod on - think it make the task simpler.  Oher than that I followed Rick and Mike from FCPEuro.

Good Luck,

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