Tie Rod End Kits 40/55/60/80 Series
One of the more common problems
with older Land Cruisers is worn out tie rod ends. This occurs for several
reasons, the first and most obvious is old age. Also a factor in lifespan
is the condition of the dust boots which must keep dirt and moisture out,
and lubrication in. Last is severe stress caused by heavy off-roading
or oversized tires. Whatever the reason, when your tie rod ends are worn
out your vehicle tends to steer itself, with lots of slop in the steering
linkage, making you feel like you're not in control of your Land Cruiser.
This can be uncomfortable or even worse, dangerous.
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