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Turning around is difficult, especially if you have a big opportunity ahead of you. But if the opportunity involves hitting a big, cursed-like, oak tree ahead of you, well, maybe you should just take a sharp left, or right, or whatever comes into mind first. However, if your car has a bent or damaged inner tie rod that makes it hard to really maneuver your car, dude you need to pray hard there isn't really a witch in town that cursed that tree. To fix the inner tie rod, you should have an inner tie rod tool handy in your garage. Although you can always improvise by using other tools, an inner tie rod tool will surely help you fix the tie rod connections without permanently damaging the rods. The steps include removing the tie rod end of the damaged or loose tie rod. It is followed by removing the outer tie rod and freeing the steering knuckle. There you can already work on the inner tie rod with your inner tie rod tool. Well, having the right tools definitely makes it easier for you to work on your car yourself and fix things before you hit an accident and summon a curse on yourself. If that isn't much of a scare, then consider how much you're going to pay for professional help. Get your new inner tie rod tool from Auto Parts Warehouse now!