Join Date: May 2003
Location: Houston TX - I drive mine.
I also trashed a Pitman arm removal tool trying to get my Pitman arm off. I finally got the arm off by putting a Pitman arm puller on it and putting tension on the arm. Then I got a Pitman arm pickle fork (wider jaws than a ball joint pickle fork) and drove the pickle fork between the Pitman arm and steering box. Between the two the arm finally came off.
1967 Shelby GT350, dark green, 347 stroker, 5-speed, inboards, #2206
1973 Mustang Convertible, white/white, black stripes, Q-code (351C-4V), ram air.
1968 1/2 428 CJ convertible, R-code, red/deluxe red, auto, finally finished.
"If you find the car of your dreams, ignore the price guides and pay whatever you have to in order to get it."