Spend $10 and go to a shop with a press. The metal sleeve has likely rusted to the inside of the panhard rod and it will take an afternoon of burning stinking rubber and a hack saw blade or two before you get the original one out. Then you will beat the new one senseless getting it in again.
Trust me go to a shop then you can spend the afternoon wondering why they still pop when you turn even though you used the factory torque spec. From my experience you will need to crank the things tight.
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