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Old 09-28-2012, 09:45 AM
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Neat tool, bummer of a story. Good luck fishing out the thrust adapter.

I believe the inner tie rod end takes a 30mm service wrench, not a 32. I just changed a set. OEM ones coming off and new ones going on were all 30mm. It was on an E30, but the E30 and E36 take the same tie rods.....
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