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Not sure what you're asking here.When i replace a tierod end i count the number of turns to take the old one out and screw the new one back in the same number of turns.theres a tool called a tuning fork that you can use to remove the old ones.since you have new ones you can just smack the old ones i guess don't have to worry about the threads getting messed up on them anyway.Important thing is count the threads so you keep your alignment

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