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  • This thread is aimed at those of you who always wanted to learn how to change both inner and outer tie rods, but were too afraid to try it on your own. Pokey and I ran this job in about two and one half hours today while taking pictures. It turns out, I had been hearing rattling coming from the front end for a few weeks, and this is why:

    This thread is aimed at those of you who always wanted to learn how to change both inner and outer tie rods, but were too afraid to try it on your own. Pokey and I ran this job in about two and one half hours today while taking pictures. It turns out, I had been hearing rattling coming from the front end for a few weeks, and this is why:

  • This thread is aimed at those of you who always wanted to learn how to change both inner and outer tie rods, but were too afraid to try it on your own. Pokey and I ran this job in about two and one half hours today while taking pictures. It turns out, I had been hearing rattling coming from the front end for a few weeks, and this is why:

    How to check tie rods and how to verify a tie rod end is worn, Learn how to tell if your inner and outer tie rods are good or bad on your car or truck.

    Good place to find tie rods (inexpensive):

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    • Ball Joints (70)
    • Front End Package (72)
    • Hub Bearings (7)
    • Idler Arm (5)
    • Inner and outer tie rods (48)
    • Inner Tie Rod (58)
      • Inner Tie Rod (58)
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    • Lower Control Arm Ball Joint (19)
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    • Upper Control Arm Ball Joint (64)
    • Upper Control Arm Lower Ball (5)
    • Other (4)

    The tie rod ends connect the power steering rack to the steering knuckles. There are two tie rod ends on each tie rod, each with a ball joint. I will refer to these as inner and outer tie rod ends. They can be replaced separately. However, I prefer to replace them in pairs. The inner and outer tie rods are threaded together and, in my region, they rust together and make adjusting the alignment difficult. Rather than fighting this when aligning, I replace them together.

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This thread is aimed at those of you who always wanted to learn how to change both inner and outer tie rods, but were too afraid to try it on your own. Pokey and I ran this job in about two and one half hours today while taking pictures. It turns out, I had been hearing rattling coming from the front end for a few weeks, and this is why: