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There were still a few things we needed to do, such as remove the old outer tie-rod ends so we could access the tie-rod jamb nuts. When doing this, you need to make a note of the number of turns it takes to remove each outer end, as it will save time adjusting the toe when it comes time to install the new rack and rod ends. We did this using a pair of crescent wrenches to twist the inner tie-rod ends until we could pull out the nuts. Because our kit didn't come with replacements, it was imperative that we reuse the old nuts so we could properly set toe when the time came.