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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Got it... this one?

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    I have some good friends that own a machine shop... They may let me borrow one.
    Should work


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Iím going to have to build you a new clamps tomorrow...

    The little one might not go out until Wednesday. Big one left today though


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    Well done sir! I will definitely be getting one before we move to Colorado.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Got it... this one?

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    I have some good friends that own a machine shop... They may let me borrow one.
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    Should work


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    Would you open up the tapered hole to where the bottom of the threads just stop at the top surface of the knuckle?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Would you open up the tapered hole to where the bottom of the threads just stop at the top surface of the knuckle?


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    Youíll notice when you first put the reamer in the hole you can rock it back and forth ever so slightly. Normally I ream just enough to take the wobble out. If you get to aggressive you can actually open it up enough that the threads will sit above the knuckle. Not the end of the world, but you have to use a washer then to make sure youíre not running out of threads.


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    Exodus Jeeps 7075 XD Tie Rods

    Any photos you could show of what it should look like. Will be ordering this shortly


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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwrds View Post
    Any photos you could show of what it should look like. Will be ordering this shortly


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    I donít have any and not sure when the next install will be. It probably sounds more intimidating than it really is. You already have a taper in it, so all youíre doing is changing the taper slightly to match the taper of the GM tie rod end. It really is a minimal amount. Next time we install one at the shop Iíll make a video.


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    I just covered the internal area with marking compound then ran the reamer in by hand until I got fresh metal all the way through the taper.

    Also I have this reamer if anyone in the area needs to borrow it. I could also send it to members and you return it when your done. Iím sure it would be cheaper than buying one youíll probably only use once. Just PM me either way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy_RCW View Post
    I just covered the internal area with marking compound then ran the reamer in by hand until I got fresh metal all the way through the taper.

    Also I have this reamer if anyone in the area needs to borrow it. I could also send it to members and you return it when your done. Iím sure it would be cheaper than buying one youíll probably only use once. Just PM me either way.


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    Yeah thatís the sure way to do it. Been a while since Iíve used it but Permatex makes some called Prussian blue.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Exodus Jeeps View Post
    Permatex makes some called Prussian blue.

    Haven't heard that name in awhile. That's what we used to use for gear marking compound.
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