I've got a 67 GTA with front disk brakes. The origional 4 piston calipers were replaced with the two piston type like found on the 68 and up models. Anyway, when I rebuilt my front end and took the car for an alignment the mechanic said my tie rod ends weren't correct. The threaded part of the tie rod ends wouldn't allow the mechanic to righted down enough to be snug before the threads bottomed out. Well this mechanic puts about 1/4 inche of spacers on the threaded end to enable him to tighted the tie rod to the spindle. That was a couple hundred miles ago and now the steering seems to be binding and the rubber boots around the tie rod end are destroyed. My question is if the I have wrong tie rod ends what are the corrent ones? Could this be a result of changing the breaks over to the two piston type? Did I get the wrong ones origionally. I noticed that in the parts catalogs the same tie rod ends fit the 67 & 68. Any thoughts are appreciated.