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How far do you have to tear down to replace a tie rod?
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Just pull the boot back and you should be able to get to it.


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Thanks, I was hoping I wouldnt have to go too deep!

How hard are those little plastic rivit looking things to remove and are they reuseable?
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I literally just walked out to the garage and did this just to take pics for u.
Super easy.
U don't have to take them apart like this. U don't even need to remove them from the rubber. Just pull the pin out most of the way.

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Don't worry about the bottom under the skidplate. Leave it alone and just pull the rivets u can see.

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Very easy. You can use a little screw driver to pry those loose, then some pliers to pull all the way.


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