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The bolts on my tie rods stripped so my wheels were flapping about quite a bit. Iv changed them to some new German quality ones from mach7. Short on the offside, long on the nearside. Done all the tracking and they seem to be aright. Itís a 68 rhd balljoint bug with a 2" narrowed beam.

So i was at work and popped in to the paintshop next door where the guy is painting a bug. I had a look round it and his tierod ends were on the underside of the steering arm with the bolts on top. Is this the right way round and have I got mine upside down (I put them on how they came off)

Will it run ok like this or will it fuck them up again? I can change them at work but Iím not there till Tuesday and I donít have the equipment at home. Can I still drive it?

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If they're in from the bottom it's using a bump steer kit (requires drilling on the stub axle)
Butty sells them on here ;)

Justin.
 

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Mine are on the top with the bolt underneath, will it damage them driving it like this? the guys bug in the paintshop was the other way round

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Veedubyah said:
Mine are on the top with the bolt underneath, will it damage them driving it like this? the guys bug in the paintshop was the other way round

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Yours are the correct way.

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