As subcomponent of your Chevrolet R20's steering system, the tie rod end attaches the knuckles to the rods. Force is transferred into your wheels through your Chevrolet R20 tie rod end. This auto part is usually made from automotive grade steel to tackle all the force, pressure, and torque but like other car parts, this gear is quite prone to damage.

Enough amount of car grease should be applied on the tie rod end of your Chevrolet R20. Poor lubrication causes excess friction, which may actually cause weird sounds every time the rod is forced. Tell-tale signs that friction has heavily damaged the tie rod end actually include tire wear scratches. Don't drive with damaged Chevrolet R20 tie rod ends for yours and your Chevrolet R20's safety; always remember that steering components heavily depend on these steel rod ends. Plenty of Original Equipment parts are now pocket-friendly so better say no to junkyard components.

AC Delco, Mevotech, and Raybestos are just some of the Chevrolet R20 tie rod end part manufacturers found in our catalog. Shop right now and purchase online!