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Subaru Tie Rod

Your Subaru is your trusty companion through rain showers, snowstorms and rough roads. Particularly in bad driving conditions, you want smooth, responsive steering and full control over your tires. Replace worn-out tie rods with a new Subaru tie rod from AutoAnything and restore safe driving.
In your Subaru, the tie rod serves as a connection between the tires and the steering system. Over time, wear and tear on the tie rod end decreases this connection, and your steering wheel gradually loses control over the tires. At this point, the tires are likely to start shaking or moving on their own even as your steering feels increasingly loose. New tie rod ends for Subaru from AutoAnything restore your control in the driver's seat and come with a 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.
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Moog Tie Rod & Components

Great value

The part was much thicker and appears stronger than the OEM part. Also has a grease fitting on the top which is excellent! View more reviews...
Posted By Aaron M (NEWPORT NEWS, VA) / March 27, 2019
2007 Honda Ridgeline
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ACDelco Tie Rod & Components

Easy to install

Easy to install on my tahoe View more reviews...
Posted By Veronica S (Milwaukee, WI) / August 10, 2018
2003 Chevy Tahoe
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