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Username Post: steering drag link        (Topic#365566)
grechevy 
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06-20-21 06:48 AM - Post#2821841    

will replaceing steering drag link require alignment if tie rod sleeves are not loosened.



 


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06-21-21 09:29 AM - Post#2821896    
    In response to grechevy

More than likely



 
Joeyd59 
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06-21-21 11:56 AM - Post#2821906    
    In response to aghaga

It'd be wise to have it checked because you don't know some of the variances with replacement parts anymore.I've seen this from to time.



 
bigbowtielover 
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06-26-21 04:06 PM - Post#2822142    
    In response to grechevy

Most of the time the new part is not exactly the same as original and alignment needs checking. Good rule of thumb is that anytime you change any steering parts you should have it aligned or checked.



 


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