Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: Dalton, Ohio 44618
i got mine at autozone for like $15-20 a piece. my dad and i did all the labor. my dad took a hack saw and made a small, light groove on the old tie rod end right were it came together with the inner tie rod end. then he counted the number of threads between the end up the outer tie rod and the mark he made. then he counted the same number of threads on the new tie rod end and made a mark with the saw on it. so then when we put the new ones on, we knew exactly how far to turn them in. it ended up turning out very good, my car has little to no pull at all.