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Next Tom removed the cotter pin and nut retaining the tie-rod end to the spindle. He then installed this special tie-rod end puller in order to facilitate a headache-free removal of the tie-rod ends. Once the tie-rod ends were disconnected, Tom removed the two lower bolts, which hold the shocks in place. Considering many of these bolts have not been removed in years, we did not encounter any major issues along the way.