Greetings all! Long time reader, first time poster! Since recently taking ownership of my father’s ‘59 TR3A (TS43172LO) I’ve begun several relatively routine maintenance projects. My latest was a much needed “lube job.” While greasing the front suspension and steering per the maintenance manual, I found that a zerk was missing from the inner tie rod on the passenger side where it connects to the (idler bracket?). There appears to be no grease in the joint and I’m a little surprised this was left out, since dad had a well known and reputable shop rebuild the entire front end and steering in 2002. Unfortunately, I don’t think it’s going to be as easy as installing a new zerk, since the hole in the inner tie rod end is facing the idler bracket and there is consequently no room (at least there appears to be none) for its insertion. From the parts diagram, the zerk should be closer to the top of the tie rod end. I’m afraid I may have to replace this part, or at the least reorient (if that’s even possible). Definitely worried about continuing use without lubrication. Your suggestions and comments are much appreciated.