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Table 14-1. Tie-Rod Acceptable Starting Measurements
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b. Follow-On Maintenance - TM-9-2320-364-20-5_96
TM 9-2320-364-20-5      14-7 (9) Remove castle nut (5) from tie-rod end (6). (10) Remove tie-rod (6) from steering arm (7). (11) Remove locknut (8) from clamp (9) on tie-rod end (6).  Discard locknut (8). NOTE Lengthening Axle No. 1 and Axle No. 2 tie-rod will decrease front-side measurement.  Shortening Axle No. 1 and Axle No. 2 tie-rod will increase front- side measurement. Lengthening Axle No. 5 tie-rod will increase front-side measurement. Shortening Axle No. 5 tie-rod will decrease front-side measurement. Adjustments should be made by turning both tie-rods end in or out an even distance. One tie-rod end is fine, left hand, threaded (left side) and one tie-rod end is coarse, right hand, threaded (right side).  One complete clockwise turn on the left side tie-rod end will lengthen the tie-rod 1/16 in. while one complete clockwise turn on the right side tie-rod end will shorten total tie-rod 3/32 in. (12) Turn tie-rod end (6) to lengthen or shorten tie-rod. (13) Install tie-rod end (6) on steering arm (7). (14) Tighten castle nut (5) enough to prevent tie-rod (6) from moving. (15) Measure and determine toe-in.  Repeat Steps (5) through (6). (16) If toe-in needs adjustment, repeat Steps (7) through (15) until correct measurement is obtained.

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