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    Default Looking for a CX Knuckle

    Having just had my steering rack done, along with replacement knuckles, still not happy with the passenger side one. So on the look out for one, let me know if you know or have a near mint piece.

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    isnt' your car later than that ... those yoke type joints were only used until about '78. You'll need to buy newies in. I used to get maybe 12months tops out of a set of them. You could try getting a neotholane bush turned down to fit

    I've tried poogoe 604 bushes in the past .... typical poogoe parts though... they barely lasted a week... not upto the task at all.

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    Yes they are the early type, my car is a 79/80

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    These are the ones I had rebuilt recently

    CX resto 1b by andxeron, on Flickr

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    Who did them Andy, I was told getting the center pin out and replaced was the bugger part of the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 560sel View Post
    Who did them Andy, I was told getting the center pin out and replaced was the bugger part of the job?
    Easy peasy... much easier than on your big old Mercedes I will speak to the engineer who did these tonight. He may be ok to do more. Also now has a die nut to turn down the tie rod ends to fit

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