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Front End, steering rack, kingpins, etc.

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PeterC Platinum Member Peter Caldwell
Madison Wisconsin, USA   USA
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74 midget Tifton fowler
Hamilton, GA, USA   USA
I just need a bigger hammer

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Stargazer14 Mike Redmond
West Chester, PA, USA   USA
As for filling the steering rack, I found that using a big syringe that I bought 6 of on eBay for $6 works GREAT for filling with oil, just putting the spring on the grease (oil) nipple and squeeze.
this is WITHOUT a needle and the 1/8" hole on the syringe opening fit perfect on the nipple and worked with nary a drip.

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ajbowles Adrian Bowles
Westport, CT, USA   USA
Ha, that picture brought back fond memories of my Dad, who got me started working cars when I was about 10. He was an airframe mechanic in the RAF during WWII. One of his enduring (and endearing) quotes was "If it doesn't work, get a bigger hammer."

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