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#K1253-16604 Tie Rod Steering

$68.53

> 100 In Stock

Weight: 1.30 lbs

Installation Tips

(1 hour)
Replaced both since I had the steering cylinder off replacing the seals. Counted threads on the old tire rod ends and set the new ones to match.
3/29/2024
PACE, FL
George
Unrated (30 minutes)
A thin wrench is needed to hold the shaft of the steering cylinder when breaking the tie rod ends free. A caliper works well when to transfer the length of the old tie rod end to the new one.
3/28/2024
MINOT, ND
Clinton
Unrated (30 minutes)
Straight forward.
2/3/2024
SAN ANTONIO, TX
ROBERT
(30 minutes)
7/23/2023
OAKDALE, CT
CARL
(30 minutes)
Just make sure you have 1 1/4 cresent wrench.
6/28/2023
FORT LORAMIE, OH
Homer
(45 minutes)
Having the correct tools really helps. 1 1/2" cresent wrench is needed for these.
6/24/2023
FORT LORAMIE, OH
Homer
(2 hours30 minutes)
without the special wrench for shaft use vise grips on right side (sitting in seat) remove left side tie rod, if replacing both use wrench on small flat to loosen and remove /replace right side before installing left side. worked for me.
6/7/2023
LEBANON, CT
earl
(1 hour10 minutes)
Attach to steering cylinder first then to wheel. I did mine on the ground but I think it would be easier to jack up front end to allow wheels to float.
6/7/2023
IRMO, SC
David
(15 minutes)
Even after measuring the length of each side tie Rod re check the alignment (see on line methods) most likely adjustment will be needed.
5/27/2023
GALIVANTS FERRY, SC
John
(30 minutes)
Measure old tie rod length and set new tie rod to same length. Snug up the jack bolts, but don't tighten completely until you reattach the new tie rods into the axle. Suggest assembling the steering cylinder, elbows, spring clips and tie rods together. Support assembly by loosely installing the two holder brackets until you get the hydraulic lines connected. Seat the holder brackets into the groove on the cylinder and tighten the holder brackets adding lock-tight to the threads. Finally, you'll have to manipulate the angle of the tie rod bolt to get the bolt into the hole in the axle. The new tie rod bushing will be stiff.
3/9/2023
SNOHOMISH, WA
Tina
Unrated (30 minutes)
12/12/2022
CRAWFORDVILLE, FL
Joe
Unrated (1 hour)
Have a good 22 mm wrench ground thin to keep the steering rod from turning to be able to remove the tie rod ends.
5/18/2022
De Pere, WI
eric
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