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Hi guys. Made an account after years of using this site to help me out here and there and now it seems like I have a problem that isn't on here.

I have a 3203 and the left tie rod end for the steering cylinder bit the dust. The tie rod end doesn't seem removable as it one piece with the cylinder. What are my options for fixing this? A whole new cylinder would be my guess as of now. 20210409_073824.jpg
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Remove the tie rod end(band saw would be cleaner).
Locate a matching tie rod.
Have a welder/fab shop weld the new one in place.

Prior to welding, move the piston to the far end of the cylinder, as not to damage the piston seals.

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