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Old 04-03-2013, 05:28 PM
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Smile '07 Ram 4x4 outer tierod replacement video.

Well I've been doing some work to my '07 Ram and had to change the outer driver's tierod along with the hub/wheelbearing assembly. So I figured I'd make a vid on how to change the tierod. Sorry I didn't get one for the hub changing. My dad needed the jack and tools to do some work on another car so I had to hurry and get it done.I have to change the front shocks soon so I'll make a vid on how to do both then. anyways hope this helps people out.

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thanks for the post and vid! thankfully these tie rods are extremely easy to change.

i just put a piece of tape behind the nut so that if it moves, I know where to put it back. But i've never had it move on me.
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