Get it under tension with a puller and rattle the side of the tie rod with an air chisel using a blunt tip.....May do it, may not.
I had a similar problem with a pitman arm on a Mopar steering box. I got a puller on it and put a bunch of tension on it. I then wacked the side of the pitman arm with a hammer several times and finally rattled it loose. Watch out though, when it pops it can get exciting for a bit
Dude, I went through the same thing a few months back. That sucker does not want to come off!! Basically, I took stock of the situation, went and had a few shots of J.D., then came back and beat the holy living #*&@$#* out of it with a BFH and pitman fork. When working on my vehicles, I normally dont try to use too much force to do anything; normally means that you're doing it wrong. (Especially considering I'm 6'5", 260lbs... too much force can be bad) But in this case, you really have to get midievil with this mofo.
I dont know if this is the exact same but on wed i took my steering stabalizer off my fj62. What a pain in the ass... My manual says not to use a pickle fork bacause it could damage parts. I ended up using a small puller a huge hammer and a lot of force. Im glad i wont be doing that again anytime soon.
I used this as an opportunity to buy a really neat auto lighting Benz-O-Matic MAPP torch and put the lil bastard to red hot then WHACK!!!.
Picked one of those up myself...... great tool for fits of anger.
The other thing that works great for "stuck stuff" like this is soaking it with some CRC Ultra Screwloose. They finally named a chemical after me. I just dissassembled a complete vehicle, and soaked the stubborn stuff overnight, then reapplied just before taking them off. The really nasty stuff got a shot of MAPP gas, and it all came apart.
Did you get it off? Wait, that sounded kinda bad! I replaced mine couple of days ago. I tried the pickle fork idea but abandoned it since I was worried about too much force on the sector shaft of the steering box. What worked for me was using a tie rod end puller to separate the whole thing from the relay rod. Then on the vice, the bracket on the other end was separated from the damper. Don't forget to apply antiseize to everything before reinstalling!