Moog tie rod end is one of the best tie rod ends you can find in the market nowadays. It is also a great replacement for your original unit. Replace your worn-out tie rod ends with only Moog replacement tie rod end. This replacement tie rod end is designed as OE replacements for your stock units. It features durable, all-metal construction that is not prone to failure like some OE plastic tie rod ends. Since this tie rod end is greasable, it can truly reduce friction, and contaminants are flushed out easily, as well. In addition, you may also have an easy-access to it because it features a wrench flat that allows the use of a socket for easy installation.
Generally, a tie rod end is a flexible coupling in the steering linkage that connects the tie rods to the steering knuckles. Together with its ball joints, tie rod end make sure your vehicle steers left and right at the same time. Wherein, some require periodic greasing, while others are sealed. Most tie rod has two ends these are the inner end and the outer end. The outer tie rod end is connected to the steering knuckle that actually turns your vehicle front wheels. And the inner tie rod end is attached to either end of the center link and is served as pivot points for the steering gear.
With its complex function to your vehicle, it requires regular checking and proper maintenance. Worn or loose tie rod end can result to abnormal wear patterns on your vehicle tires, wandering, and erratic steering. A worn tie rod end can also be easily detected by simply raising your suspension and rocking your front wheel back and forth. If free play is noticed, replacing it will be best through the complete line of auto parts and accessories at the Parts Train.
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