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Tie Rod Ends

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SAS Steering Rack End - RE119
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE793
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7574
SAS Tie Rod End - BB-BTR5525
SAS Tie Rod End - BB-BTR5225
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7792
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE398

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SAS Tie Rod End - BB-BTR5412
SAS Tie Rod End - BB-BTR5807
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7610
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE929
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7585
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE651
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE470
SAS Steering Rack End - RE-P3008
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE260
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7565
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7552
TRW Tie Rod End - JTE7546
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Keeping your steering straight and invest in new tie rod ends for your vehicle

Repco have the largest range of tie rod end and steering components

Responsive steering is key, and whether in in traffic or trekking up a tricky mountain trail you need your steering components working in unison. One of the critical components in this are your tie rod ends attached to your steering rack. The tight and responsive function of your tie rod ends help transmit the turning of your steering wheel into accurate turning of your vehicle.


Popular Questions Asked

What happens when tie rod ends go out?

Worn tie rod ends can be felt by shaking or vibration through your steering wheel when you are driving. Tie rods and particularly outer tie rod ends are subject to both movement and vibration as well as dirt, water and road grime that lead to slop and play in the tie rod end. Inner tie rod ends are shielded by a rubber rack end boot so these are a little more resilient but these too suffer from movement and wear.

Can you drive with a broken tie rod?

A tie rod will wear for a significant amount of time and vary rarely do they break. You can drive on a worn tie rod but your steering will be inoperative if the tie rod end is broken.

How much will it cost to fix a tie rod?

The average cost of an outer tie rod end is between $30 and $60 and labour to replace a single side should not be more than an hour. Once changed however you would require a wheel alignment to ensure your wheels track straight and don't contribute to excess tyre wear. While the tie rod is being changed your mechanic will check for excess wear in ball joints, steering knuckle and the steering rack and will recommend replacement if needed.

Search and shop Repco online for the largest range of steering and suspension components to stay safe on the road. With a store location near you we have the product availability and best brand names to outfit your car with the very best. We even offer home delivery so when your vehicle is up on jack stands you get the parts you need quickly delivered to complete the job.

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