Steering Tie Rod End
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Steering Tie Rod End Steering Tie Rod End Steering Tie Rod End
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Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End

Part No. DW-ES3587 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
Tie Rod End Bar Size:M14*2R mm

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  • Q:

    how hard to replace tie rod end ?
    Asked on 3/11/2013 by truckeraj

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      Instructions to replace the tie rod end: 1. Park the car in a level location, put the transmission in park, and set the parking brake. Jack the car up with the car jack and then set the jack stands under the frame of the car. Use the tire iron to remove the lug nuts from the two front wheels and then pull the wheels off of the car. 2. Remove the cotter key with the needle-nose pliers and then use the socket wrench to remove the castle nut on top of the old tie-rod end. Use the pickle fork removal tool to remove the tie-rod end from the steering knuckle (insert the ball joint in between the prongs of the fork and use a hammer to firmly pound the knuckle out). Mark the position of the tie-rod end on the steering knuckle using the piece of chalk and then unscrew the tie-rod end from the tie rod. 3. Screw the new tie-rod end into the tie-rod up to your chalk mark. Insert the ball joint into the tie-rod steering knuckle and then screw the castle nut back onto the top of the tie-rod end. Reinsert a new cotter key into the castle nut and then reinstall the wheels and lug nuts. Let the car back down off of the jacks and then take it for a test ride to see how the steering feels. 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 3/11/2013 by Steve from AAP
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