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      10-21-2011, 11:00 PM   #1
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Replacing tie rods

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So ive read a few threads about people having frozen tie rods and done my research as far as "unfreezing" them and what not. Ive unfrozen and aligned mine twice now and its still screwed up. Anyways ive seen that turner has oem replacement tie rods, honestly im done with mine so looking to replace them.

If anyone has ever replaced them let me know what company you went with. Im thinking about going with turners which are $195 shipped for both sides. I got quoted for the full service at my dealer for $941 so im going to have to pass on that one.

Anyways if anyone has experience or thoughts let me know

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Hey guys

So ive read a few threads about people having frozen tie rods and done my research as far as "unfreezing" them and what not. Ive unfrozen and aligned mine twice now and its still screwed up. Anyways ive seen that turner has oem replacement tie rods, honestly im done with mine so looking to replace them.

If anyone has ever replaced them let me know what company you went with. Im thinking about going with turners which are $195 shipped for both sides. I got quoted for the full service at my dealer for $941 so im going to have to pass on that one.

Anyways if anyone has experience or thoughts let me know

Thanks in advance!

There is a new HD version of the complete inner and outer tie rod assembly, you may want to look into those. $195 seem a bit high, but then again OEM will run you about $280 before shipping.

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just read your post and pm

placing an order right now

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