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Hey Bob,

You are probably better off having the shop replace it. As far as I know, you need a special socket to remove the old tie rod and install the new one. The job is easy enough to do if you have the tool, but . . .

. . . There is also the issue of your alignment, which will be affected by this type of job. Make sure the shop doing the work has an alignment rack and uses it after they replace the tie rod.

I don't know who (if anybody) makes poly bushings for the Intrepid. Try Eibach or Moog or Sealed Power.


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