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    Hey guys, I have misplaced many of the photos I took during disassembly of my '74 coupe. In which holes on the steering arms do the tie rod ends go? On the passenger side I have it going into the front hole. On the drivers side into the back one. Is this correct? Thanks for your replies. If I don't find these pictures I'm sure I'll have more of these questions.
    peace Bud

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    Assuming you have power steering, they should both go into the 'front' holes. The rear holes are for manual steering where the extra leverage provided would help with slow speed manoeuvring.

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    Hey Mikey, thanks for the quick reply. Yes, I have power assisted steering.
    peace Bud

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