Steering Tie Rod End
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Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End

Part No. DW-ES2249RLT Warranty Details  

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Driveworks chassis parts help to eliminate front-end vibration, shimmy and unsafe handling. Driveworks chassis parts meet OE specifications, help ensure improved steering response and reduce tire wear.

Product Features:
  • Forged housing from specific materials provides strength and durability to prevent breakage
  • Coated technology provides a smooth and durable surface to prevent corrosion and rust
  • Premium Polychloroprene rubber boots are fitted with grease relief valves to prevent contamination
  • A slotted nut and cotter pin for a more secure installation
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Hardware Included:No
OE Number:S-ES2249R
Replaceable Grease:Yes
Tie Rod End Bar Size:11/16-18R-2A

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  • Q:

    whats the difference between an inner and outer tie rod?
    Asked on 2/8/2013 by Joseph from United States

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      With reference to your inquiry on the Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End - part# DW-ES2249RLT, the tie rod attaches the wheel's steering knuckle to the steering rack. Having an inner tie rod and outer tie rod gives the steering linkage two pivoting points for smoother wheel control. Inner Tie Rod: An in-line ball joint makes up the inner tie rod. The inner tie rods are pivot points and are attached to the end of the center link. It is located closer to the center line of the vehicle and is accordingly named "inner tie rod." The inner tie rod is the first pivot point initiating the wheel to turn. Outer Tie Rod: A right-angled ball joint makes up the outer tie rod. The steering knuckle is attached to the outer tie rod. The outer tie rod is what turns the wheel. It is the final pivot point initiating the wheel to turn. From the center of the vehicle, it is located farther out than the inner rod and is accordingly named "outer tie rod." For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 2/9/2013 by Vincent from AAP
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