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Quick Sunday morning trail ride

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squonk

You city folk got any bailin wire for that tie rod? :lol:

 

Went trail riding way back on my 85 Honda 4 X 4 Foreman. Ran across a little mucky spot just like that. Well it was so deep the Honda started to float! :shock:

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Stormin
4 minutes ago, squonk said:

You city folk got any bailin wire for that tie rod? :lol:

 

Electrical cable ties are much better. :thumbs:

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peter lena

@Sparky  always have a length of 3/8x24 fine threaded steel rod , along with matching heim joints , only a matter of cutting rod to length , taper grind , nut/ washer backup and install . don't think I  would go thru that water in bearings muck , just me , pete

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edgro

How about a piece of conduit instead of wire

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Sparky

  Good ideas for the tie rod repair.
 My preferred method is to put a glob of grease in the socket, re-insert the ball and then “lightly” peen the edges of the hole to keep the ball in the socket. 

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stevebo

I bet Tony would rather have ridden this old girl

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Retierd Wrencher

Mike looks like a nice ride. I used to do that, but now to many down trees. Too much work.

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