They're only $20 a piece and you need to take everything off a second time to get to them. May as well do them now. Since you're going in there anyway everything's out of the way and that's the hardest part about doing them.
Unless your inner and outer tie rods are completely fused together and need to be separated with a sawzall like one of my sides were.
You'll need to slide the Racks dust boot off and check where the inner tie rod connects to the Rack for a small pin. If that pin is there it MUST be removed from the inner tie rod BEFORE you start unscrewing the rod from the rack or you WILL destroy the threads on the Rack. No other special tool is needed. A large-ish Crescent wrench can break the inner rods seat loose from the rack and its all fingers from there
You guys are going to kill me but I didn't order the inner's. Two Motorcraft's will be at least an extra $70 so I only went with the Motorcraft outer's for now. I don't have a lot of income right now so I need to replace the stuff that needs dire attention, including the rear toe link control on the passenger side and rear shocks.