Ford Inner Tie Rod End Replacement
Ford Inner Tie rod End Replacement for a conventional rear wheel drive vehicle with a steering gear box can be made separately. Connect the tie rod ends together by an adjustable threaded tube. Each tie rod threaded end must be screwed into opposing ends of the tube. Attach the inner tie rod to a drag link and the other to the spindle or the part the tire and wheel is mounted on. The threaded tube has two clamps and when loosened, is used to adjust the alignment.
For Replacement of Ford Inner Tie rod End in a front wheel drive or any vehicle with rack and pinion steering, there are two tie rod ends, however they differ in their attachment points. On a rack and pinion, the inner tie rod end resembles a drum stick with threads on the handle and a ball socket on the other end. The ball socket has threads to attach it to the rack. The outer tie rod end has a female threaded end that screws on to the shaft from the inner tie rod end and is secured in place by a lock-nut. The inner tie rod end is the tie rod that commonly wears out in most cars. It can be tested and replaced the same way as the conventional one tie rod end. To know more information about Ford Inner Tie Rod End, call us at 1-800-565-5021 or you can also reach us at email@example.com