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    Default Inner Tie Rod Tool

    I believe I saw a post from @daveracer years ago about this tool and bought it, but never got around to using it. I tested this out this weekend and it is a VERY good tool to have around.


    Thanks Dave!
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    Yep did both of them last weekend worked perfect, i recommend as well !

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    This would be for the B14, or other models that do not have a flat side to get a wrench on, I'm assuming? Care to share where you got it or what manufacturer/model this tool is?
    As seen in Car And Driver.

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    RR B15
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    Here is the name of it:

    CalVan Tools 946 Inner Tie Rod Removal Tool

    I replaced both on a 2001 Sentra SE.

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    SR20VENENO
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    I got mines @ vatozone around done on my b14 had rounded inner ends so no way to get them off with a wrench but gets the job done not bad for 30$

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    Works on a b13 too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by canx2k View Post
    Works on a b13 too?
    The B13 inner tie rods have 4 flat sides, normally, unless you've gotten hold of some funky aftermarket one that is round. If you have round ones, then this is what you need.

    For $30, might just be something to keep in the toolbox for future use.
    As seen in Car And Driver.

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    Can we get a demonstration of how this works.... I'm usually good at seeing and envisioning thing..... but this No clue. lol
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    Last edited by mirrortints; 10-10-15 at 12:00 PM.

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    ive always wondered....how do other people get the lock nut/cage thing secured back on the inner tierod? For me its the biggest pain in the ass 1 to remove one & not damage to much so it can be re-used, 2 to bend down the tabs to "lock" it
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    Quote Originally Posted by enohand View Post
    ive always wondered....how do other people get the lock nut/cage thing secured back on the inner tierod? For me its the biggest pain in the ass 1 to remove one & not damage to much so it can be re-used, 2 to bend down the tabs to "lock" it
    This help?
    https://youtu.be/05XOhz67jGA?t=5m47s

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    no...im talking about the lock washer that is bent around the inner tierod post install

    this sorta shows it
    http://www.moog-suspension-parts.com...g/axcf4169.pdf
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    I just did an inner tie rod on my b14 and had to use this tool. Also my factory tie rod didn't have a that lock washer you're talking about enohand. The replacement one I bought came with one but I didn't use it.
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