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BrodekDHE: Inner Tie Rod is 36mm
Brian Lackey: Success! Thank again for the great diy videos.
86johnnyg: I just changed my tie rod on my 05 GMC Sierra when I jerk my steering wheel side to side it ends up going side ways even when my tires are straight?
Brian Lackey: I'm about to perform this exact repair but I don't have a tie rod removal tool. Couldn't I simply hammer the outer tie rod stud downward to remove it from the steering knuckle. Being as I am replacing it anyway, what could it hurt? Or, is this part so tightly installed that I would more than likely "mushroom" the stud and create a need for it to be cut off?
aaroncrabbe: Mine required a 36mm wrench. I really enjoy your videos and if i lived in the good old U S of A I would definitely buy my parts from you!
Jimmy Aldana: what kind of grease do i use on the fittings? and how much do i pump in? how will i know when i've pumped enough grease in?
i3sm3: Is this the same for a 06 Chevy Malibu?
Luis Martinez: do you put grease in the inner and outer rods? how do you do that? is there a special way to do it
Diego Gomez: Question I did change the tie rod and the tire still moving a little bit it's anything else I need to change?
1A Auto Parts: @Turco949 That price sounds about right. To get the inner tie rods off the outer tie rods need to come off anyway. Even though they are good, if the vehicle is getting older and has some miles on it, the outer tie rods are worth replacing too, since they are already off. It will save you money in the long run. You will also need to get an alignment after this is done. Hope this helps you out 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
DudeWithaPage: when one front end part goes. might as well get at them all while youre under there.
john mills: Thanks for the info. I will be doing this same fix to my 1998 K 1500 Z-71 very soon.
Turco949: Really helpful video! Thank you for sharing. I am considering doing this myself but still not certain if it would be worth the hassle. Does $250 US sound reasonable which includes parts (Moog inner tie rods only), installation and alignment? Also, if the mechanic stated the outer tie rods were fine, why would they need to be replaced at the same time since from what I have heard, typically the inner rod ends go bad?
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