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I need help with the removal of my steering arm from a flat-top knuckle. I talked to Parts Mike and he said that you have to remove or atleast loosen the conical washers. No sure if I spelled that right. Any ideas on how to do this? Thanks!

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Here's one I found:

http://www.coloradok5.com/axleswap.shtml
"Here's where it gets fun, remove steering arm (3 cone washers) from knuckle with large sledge hammer or impact fork."

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remove the nuts from the 3 studs, and hit it, spray it with penetrating oil, and hit it!

if that doesnt work HIT IT!

its 2 parts bolted together, the knuckle has studs sticking thru the upper piece, the upper piece has some tapered holes to hold those conical washers, the nuts on the 3 studs are all that seperate you and the those 2 pieces of wonderful GM steering enginnering from becoming really good pals.

HIT IT




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