[DML] Re: Steering rack boot installation
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[DML] Re: Steering rack boot installation



If the tie rod ends are tight (no play and they aren't flopping all
over the place) then there is no need to replace them, just replace
the boots. Clean them up nice first. Lubricate them too. Before
replacing the boots on the steering rack you should also make sure
everything is scrupulosly clean. Any dirt will grind up things inside.
If the boots have been torn for a long time and it is realy dirty the
rack should be pulled, cleaned thoughly, and relubricated before
putting the new boots on. If the rack is loose and sloppy you should
consider trading it for a rebuilt one. Driving a Delorean is a lot
more fun with a nice, tight steering system! There should be no play
or lost motion in the steering.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 



--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Joe OBrien" <joeyoseppijoe@xxxx> wrote:
> Thanks for all the answers,
> 
> Since I've still got the original tie rods on the car I might just 
> replace them as well along with the boots. Then just get it aligned. 
> Then it'll be done. For now :-)
> 
> Another "while I'm in there" job I guess.
> 
> 
> Joe O'Brien






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