You lost your base adjustment when you pull out the old tierod ends. Now you have to start from scratch. And scratch is first centering the steering wheel. If you had done that first, then measured from the center of the joint to an immovable point on the frame or something, you qould have a reference point and could get the toe in set fairly close. It still need alignment.
Tierod end length varies between manufacturers. Counting the number of turns will get you close, but rarely exactly where you need to be.
Also, the degrees of toe in depends on ride heighth, suspension travel, Bronco or Bronco II and other factors.
Thursday, April 16th, 2009 AT 5:53 PM