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Removing Center Rod From Steering Box

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I'm reposting as requested.

I can't break the connection between the center arm and the Steering Box.

I've removed the pin and nut, tried hitting from above with wood dowel and hammer, hitting the center arm horizontally with a heavy hammer, and now it is sitting with Liquid Wrench, until I can attack it again, tomorrow.

The car is elevated on blocks which makes it a little difficult to swing a hammer. Maybe I'm just not getting enough impact with hammer. Also, I don't want to damage any of the parts. They are relatively new.

Bill Williams wrote: Hijack thread.............? Sounds interesting, please elaborate.

Thanks,

Paul Winterton

Vancouver, Canada

73 Inca Tii

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Guest Anonymous

There is a very small gap between the base of the steering arm and the rod seal.

Will the puller get in there or damage the seal?

Paul Winterton

Vancouver, Canada

73 Inca Tii

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sometimes you reef down on it with the puller and then smack it once with a hammer and it pops off clean. theres been times when the puller wouldnt work until i smacked it once with all the tension of the puller on it

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