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Old 07-05-2013, 10:57 PM   #1
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Tie rod ends

Ouch, $600 for all inner and outer tie rod end replacements and an alignment. On the plus side, I don't hear the clunks turning and the 55-70mph shakes went away.
120k on my 07 PP, that normal? Got it in 08 with 9k on it. I drive hard but not nutty, just enjoy the handling for what it's worth.
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Ouch, $600 for all inner and outer tie rod end replacements and an alignment. On the plus side, I don't hear the clunks turning and the 55-70mph shakes went away.
120k on my 07 PP, that normal? Got it in 08 with 9k on it. I drive hard but not nutty, just enjoy the handling for what it's worth.
$600?! Just to replace tie rods??(inner and outer)
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600 for toe rods is nuts.
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600 for toe rods is nuts.
+1 Yea...about to replace both my outer ends for like 23$ bucks.
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Id go with outer bumpsteer kit if ur ride height has been changed any.
That price is way to high for tierod install.
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Id go with outer bumpsteer kit if ur ride height has been changed any.
That price is way to high for tierod install.
+1 yeah it is
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Well then I got bit. Both inner and outers and 4 wheel alignment done in 3 hours. Thing drives like new again and no shaking. I drove it 715 miles for a road trip couple of weeks ago and halfway through it scared the crap outta me.
So bad I parked it and drove the wife's clown car for a couple of weeks, best thing I got to say about that is the driver side blind spot is easier to check.
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