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Old 17th May 2019, 18:31   #1
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i have a knocking noise from the front at low speed on uneven surfaces, it has been like this for over a year now and i have never found the fault nor has the mot last year. today i think i have finally found the fault, i need a new o/s/f inner steering rack end as there is a fair bit of play in it. can any one recommend what and where to buy one from please? will i need any special tools to fit? or is it fairly straightforward?
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Old 17th May 2019, 18:42   #2
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Dmgrs sells them , £27.50 , can't do links but its listed under suspension and steering.
Beware of some on the bay as I believe they are slightly longer.

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hi stan thanks for the reply,
i looked at the bay and i didn't know what to chose,
i have looked at DMGRS site and decided to order a pair from there as i have had no problems with parts before from there.
thanks for the advice.



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i managed to get these fitted on monday,
all went ok, not a bad job.
steering now feels better and no noises any more.


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