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2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Steering Tie Rod End - Inner Moog

P311-5CF3B71    EV800482  New

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$61.21
Moog Steering Tie Rod End  Inner
  • Steering Tie Rod End
  • Product Attributes:
    • Feature 1: Loose Or Worn Chassis Parts Can Lead To Premature Tire Wear.
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Moog
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2007 - Toyota FJ Cruiser Inner
Moog
2005 Nissan Murano Steering Tie Rod End - Outer Moog

P311-4A91616    ES800046  New

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$24.08
Moog Steering Tie Rod End  Outer
  • Steering Tie Rod End
  • Product Attributes:
    • Feature 1: Problem Solver Powdered Metal Gusher Bearing Design Enables Grease To Flow Through The Bearing To The Stud For Reduced Friction And Enhanced Strength And Stability.
    • Feature 2: Problem Solver Patented Cover Plate Design Allows For Tighter Tolerances Vs Traditional Cover Plate Designs, Providing A More Durable And Extended Life Part.
    • Feature 3: Exclusive Cover Plate Protects Against Contaminants Leaking Into The Bearing Surface.
    • Feature 4: Moog Engineered Steel Composition Results In A Stronger Component. Full Ball Metal Stud Provides 360 Degrees Of Smooth, Consistent, Rotational Movement Resulting In More Responsive Steering.
    • Feature 5: Convenient Easy Access Wrench Flat Allows For The Use Of A Socket For Easy Installation And Removal.
    • Feature 6: Greaseable Socket Design Allows New Lubricant To Flush Contaminants From The Assembly, Reducing Corrosion And Wear.
    • Rod Thread: M14-1.5
    • Rod Type (Male / Female): Female
    • Specification Image Reference: Outertierod.tif
    • Stud Center to End (in): 7.67
    • Stud Diameter Dimension (bottom in.): 0.708
    • Stud Diameter Dimension (top in.): 0.551
    • Stud Thread: M14-1.5
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Moog
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2005 - Nissan Murano Outer
TRW
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-20BB9E7    W0133-1913960  New

Qty:
$150.37
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
  • (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: TRW
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2001 - Ford Excursion
Motorcraft
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End Motorcraft

P311-4299491    W0133-1913960  New

Qty:
$150.37
Motorcraft Steering Tie Rod End
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: Motorcraft
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2001 - Ford Excursion
TRW
2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-20BB9E7    W0133-1913960  New

Qty:
$150.37
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
  • Drag Link
Brand: TRW
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2001 - Ford F-250 Super Duty
Motorcraft
2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End Motorcraft

P311-4299491    W0133-1913960  New

Qty:
$150.37
Motorcraft Steering Tie Rod End
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Drag Link
Brand: Motorcraft
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2001 - Ford F-250 Super Duty
TRW
2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-3673AF3    W0133-1939498  New

Qty:
$59.65
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: TRW
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2005 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
First Equipment Quality
2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End First Equipment Quality

P311-0103E55    W0133-1939499  New

Qty:
$67.83
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod End
  • (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2005 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
TRW
2005 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-2EE7E69    W0133-1939499  New

Qty:
$134.08
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
  • (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: TRW
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2005 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
First Equipment Quality
2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End First Equipment Quality

P311-0103E55    W0133-1939499  New

Qty:
$67.83
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod End
  • Production: -07/29/2007, (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2008 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
TRW
2008 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-2EE7E69    W0133-1939499  New

Qty:
$134.08
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
  • Production: -07/29/2007, (Right Side Integral with Drag Link)
Brand: TRW
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Vehicle
2008 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
First Equipment Quality
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End First Equipment Quality

P311-1B04090    W0133-1919768  New

Qty:
$36.08
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2001 - Ford Excursion
TRW
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-2ADDA10    W0133-1919768  New

Qty:
$59.10
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: TRW
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2001 - Ford Excursion
First Equipment Quality
2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End First Equipment Quality

P311-1B04090    W0133-1919768  New

Qty:
$36.08
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod End
  • with Vehicle Built in Cuautitlan, Mexico Plant
    (Plant VIN-11th Character-will be "M")
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2009 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
TRW
2009 Ford F-350 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-2ADDA10    W0133-1919768  New

Qty:
$59.10
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
  • with Vehicle Built in Cuautitlan, Mexico Plant
    (Plant VIN-11th Character-will be "M")
Brand: TRW
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2009 - Ford F-350 Super Duty
TRW
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-541A504    W0133-1913962  New

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$81.48
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: TRW
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2001 - Ford Excursion
Motorcraft
2001 Ford Excursion Steering Tie Rod End Motorcraft

P311-1F61EC9    W0133-1913962  New

Qty:
$137.08
Motorcraft Steering Tie Rod End
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Motorcraft
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2001 - Ford Excursion
First Equipment Quality
2006 Ford Explorer Steering Tie Rod End First Equipment Quality

P311-2BD349A    W0133-1938714  New

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$28.27
First Equipment Quality Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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2006 - Ford Explorer
TRW
2006 Ford Explorer Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-3CB77C7    W0133-1938714  New

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$44.77
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: TRW
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2006 - Ford Explorer
TRW
2006 Ford F-250 Super Duty Steering Tie Rod End TRW

P311-32A487D    W0133-1939135  New

Qty:
$201.02
TRW Steering Tie Rod End
Brand: TRW
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2006 - Ford F-250 Super Duty

Latest Tie Rod End Repair and Installation Advice

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Tie rod end removal

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Question From stocktip on Tie rod end removal

Hi,

What is the trick to get this tie rod off? There is no peaned lock ring. There is no lock washer tab. It looks to be just locktited on from the factory. I'm afraid to use heat because if there is a delrin cup to put pressure on the ball-end I might melt it. Do you just use a big pipe wrench on the shaft and leave marks on it while using a spanner on the ball joint end?


Response From Hammer Time

It will come off. you just need the right tool.


Response From stocktip

I see how that tool works. So you just blast it off with an airtool plus that special tool? How do you support the rack against the pinion? Won't the force of using that without holding the rack shaft damage the guts of the rack teeth to pinion?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

No, you don't use an air tool unless you plan on buying a new tool. Just use a large 1/2" drive ratchet or breaker bar.

Response From Discretesignals

Looks like you have enough room to swing a pipe wrench. Put the pipe wrench on the inner tie rod housing. Most of us have done hundreds of inner tie rod replacements in the vehicle and haven't snapped a rack gear. If you can break a rack attempting to unscrew a tie rod, then something is seriously wrong with the rack.

What ever you do, don't put any heat on that unless you want to buy a new rack. Plus you get it too hot and you'll make the steel brittle as glass.

Response From Hammer Time

I've been known to use a large pipe wrench on the tie rod end too.

Response From Sidom


I've been known to use a large pipe wrench on the tie rod end too.


Desi's been known to use a large pipe wrench on other things as well..... a few certain spammers come to mind..

Response From Hammer Time

Whatever it takes.................LOL

Response From Discretesignals

hmm...great minds think alike...

Response From Blulakr

The pic looks like the steering gear is on the ground or on a workbench. if so, you can use an open end wrench of the proper size or a pipe wrench if necessary but you'll need to secure the unit to something in order to break the nut loose. They ure usually pretty tight. Use caution if mounting it in a vise to not break the housing.

Tie Rod Ends

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Question From Rangerj on Tie Rod Ends

1999 Chevy Malibu 128,000 miles. Had new tires put on my grandsons car and the tire shop says we need new tie rod ends. How much (if any) play is acceptable. Grandson said tech showed him the play and it only moved about 1/4 inch.Do I need them or not?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

A 1/4 inch is HORRIBLE! That's about ready to fall off when that bad. No play is acceptable,

T

Response From Rangerj Top Rated Answer

Thanks Tom,I will get them replaced.

2001 Ford Taurus inner tie rod end

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Question From willyg on 2001 Ford Taurus inner tie rod end

Hello all, I have a 2001 Ford Taurus that had been pulling badly, so I took it to Firestone and was told it needs an inner tie rod end, but at the price of $220, I want to repair myself. The thing is, that the repair manual only gives specific information on the outer tie rod end. I really need to fix this, so can someone help me with removal and installation of the inner tie rod end? and also any specific tools I will need? Any information will be greatly appreciated, as I have used this forum many times and have been given great information. Thank you so much

Response From Hammer Time

These are not easy to tackle. It requires special tools to remove it and access to it can be very difficult. You may want to rethink that idea.

Response From willyg

I am planning to do this job myself, as I do most of the maintenance on this car. I really would appreciate some info to help guide me, such as the tool and how to. Thanks for any help

Response From Sidom

If you are going to do it yourself and haven't done one before you should take HT's advise and get the tool. Check parts houses & tool rental places to see if you can rent one.

This is one of those jobs that sux if you've never done it before but is actually pretty easy after you do a few. If you have a very small pipe wrench, that will work to loosen & tighten the end (did I mention you might want to get the tool for this job?). It's a hard way to go but does work. just remember you can move the wheel until the end you need to loosen is at best possible spot to get at with a wrench.

As far as the metal band around the boot, cut it & use a tie strap to resecure it and finally you may want to rent the tool for this job....

Response From willyg Top Rated Answer

Thank you everyone for your help, and I'm sure from this information that I will be successful at completeing this task

Response From willyg

One final question I have is would it make better sense to purchase a reman rack and pinion and put that in instead? Seems like maybe I would be better off in the long run to do that. What do youall think? I really appreciate your opinions and knowledge, because for this type situation, I am a novice. Thanks

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Rack replacement is more difficult that the tie rod. If the rack is not leaking any fluid than tie rod is the way to go.

Response From willyg

Yeah you're right, I was just reading up on it today and I agree. I am still trying to figure what is the specific procedure, since Autozone doesn't give reference to the inner tie rod end only to the outer tie rod end. Are there any websites that can show me step by step instructions, I'm just not familiar with this, however I want to do it right. Thank you

Response From Hammer Time

The following instruction are a portion I took from the total dis assembly instructions for the rack. This is just the part that deals with the inner tie rod end.

Response From willyg

I greatly thank youall for your information and especially the diagrams, they are most useful. I really appreciate youall's help, because I couldn't have done the job without it. I will do like you said and go buy the part and take it from there. Thank you

Response From Sidom

Good luck on the job

I'm sure you know but I say it anyway. The car needs to be aligned as soon as you finish...

A little trick I use that gets it real close is to set the wheel straight & look down the inside of the frt tire. line up the frt & back sidewall edges of the frt tire (kinda like a sight) and then look to the back tire, you should just be able to see just a little of the back tire side wall, adjust until you can. (if you only do one side you can use the other side as a reference).

It may sound complicated but it's not and way faster & more accurate than counting turns.

Response From profleet

Make sure you put loctite on the threads when going together. If not and it is your 1st one the threads could come loose and tie rod fall off while driving down the road. Just an extra precaution for someone doing it for the first time.


link deleted.........not allowed

Response From willyg

I really appreciate that info. Which Loctite do you rcommend, the red or blue or what? Thanks again Also I was wondering if I should maybe go on and change the outer as well since I have to take it off anyway? What are your thoughts on that? That way it would have a new grease fitting on it. Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

I wouldn't worry about the Loctite. The factory doesn't use any. Most of the tie rods have locking tabs to bend over anyway. Just make sure it is good and tight enough.

As far as the outer, that's up to you. If it has no wear, it's not necessary but it sure wouldn't hurt anything to change it.

Response From willyg

Thank you for the information and I will look once again at the outer before I start and double check it. I appreciate the info

Response From Jeff Norfolk

Go and buy your new part and look at it. The outer tie rod screws on to the inner tie rod. This will make since when you see the part. How to do the job will make more since once you have the part and the tool to do it with.

Response From Hammer Time

Here's what the tool looks like. The manufacturer doesn't supply any replacement instructions because they replace the whole rack.





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