Steering Tie Rod End
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Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End

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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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Greasable:No
Hardware Included:Yes
Tie Rod End Bar Size:M14*1.5R mm

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DriveworksSteering Tie Rod End
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

great part solve my problem

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from Fairfax, SC

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Comments about Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End:

it was a good fit got the job done

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5.0

Perfect fit for my 1999 Mustang

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from Apex, North Carolina

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Pros

  • Easy to install
  • Exact Match To Oem
  • Great price

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Large Cars
  • Small Cars
  • Trucks

Comments about Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End:

I replaced the inner tie rods on my 1999 V6 Mustang with these AA branded parts. They were a perfect fit and the loaner tool from my local store made the job easy. I also replaced the outer tie rod ends since all componments were original - with 122K miles on them. This tie rod uses two allen wrenh set screws (rather than the pin often used) to 'lock' them onto the steering rack shaft. Even so, I suggest you use some Loktite on the tie rod threads. The net result after an allignment - I am very pleased with how tight the sterring in general is and the imporved responsiveness. I expect these to last for many years Regatrd, Coach

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4.0

Budget

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from Detroit, mi

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Pros

  • Fits Oe Design Well

Cons

  • Uses Set Screws

Best Uses

  • Budget Repair

Comments about Driveworks Steering Tie Rod End:

I installed these on a 1993 Ford Thunderbird V6. Took O.E tierods off, and put these on. They fit exactly as you would think, but when you take the original tierods off, that are rived to the rack, these have cheesy little set screws you're supposed to tighten up. I had no problems getting them tight, but the allen head set screws are cheap and don't fit any specific size, metric or standard.

Other than that, these tierods do not come with thread locker or new straps to hold the rack bellows on. Other than that, they fit, and get the job done.

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  • Q:

    how hard is it to replace
    Asked on 4/9/2014 by Joe from ellenton fl

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      A:

      Hi Joe, glad to help! It depends upon the skill level of the person performing the operation. For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes or Chilton repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.

      Answered on 4/9/2014 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    Is there a difference between the left and right tie rod end for a 91 ford t-bird? And is there a difference between the left, right, upper, and lower ball joints for a 91 ford t-bird?
    Asked on 9/12/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      There will not be a difference in left and right tie rod ends, but the upper and lower ball joints will differ.

      Answered on 9/14/2011 by DIY Daniel from AAP
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