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PSC furnished all-new steering linkage, including the center link, which is a wear part on this car, so the next step was assembling the inner and outer tie rods. You can approximate the previous toe-in setting by measuring the length of the old tie-rod assemblies (zerk fittings at the tie-rod ends are a convenient reference for measuring). Thread the new inner and outer tie rods together with the adjusting sleeves, and turn the sleeves to adjust the length so its close to the previous setting. Tighten the bolts on the adjusting sleeves and install both tie-rod assemblies onto the center link. Before installing the idler arm, verify that the supplied spacer and dust boot are properly installed over the threaded stud. Install the idler arm from underneath the car and have a buddy thread the nut on the top end of the stud.