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OPR Replacement Front Inner Tie Rod End (05-14 All)

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    • Eliminates Shaky Steering
    • Direct Fit Replacement
    • Fits Passenger or Driver Side
    • Sold Individually
    • Fits 2005 to 2014 Mustangs

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    Review & Install Video

    Adam: The OPR replacement front inner tire rod end is available for any 2005 to 2014 Mustang owner who is looking to fix the shaky steering that can occur as a result of a failing tire rod end. This front inner option is a very affordable fix for just about 40 bucks which is about half the price of a Ford replacement. And the installation isn't too difficult so I"m giving it 1 out of 3 wrenches on our difficulty meter. If you feel your car start to wander off down the road or if you feel some vibration in the steering then it might be time for some new tire rod ends. Obviously this can be pretty annoying not to mention dangerous if left untreated. It's a good idea to replace both sides at the same time because if one's going bad then it's possible that the other one is gonna be on it's way out as well.These are interchangeable from both sides as a direct end replacement. The tire rods housing are forged and heat treated for a higher strength and durability. The bearing has grooves to let the grease flow through the bearing and stud for a smoother, durable surface for a longer-lasting lifetime. You can pick one of these up for just about 40 bucks which in my opinion is a very affordable replacement to a serious issue. You pick these up from Ford directly they'd be about 80 dollars each, just to give you some perspective. Keep in mind they don't include the outer tire rod ends but it can be picked up together on the product page at AM for just about 20 bucks more. Now the installation is pretty straightforward. You can get it done in about an hour or 2 with simple hand tools like a ratchet and socket set, a few wrenches, some PB Bl'aster, red lock tight, pliers, and a torque wrench. I'd give this one 1 out of 3 wrenches on our difficulty meter. The first thing you want to do is get the car in the air, support your own jack stand safely, and remove the wheels. It might be a good idea to take some PB Bl'aster and soak the jam nut connecting the tire rod end to the shaft as well as the nut holding the tire rod to the spindle. Then put a wrench on the flats on the inner tire rod or vice scripts work as well and use another wrench to break loose that jam nut. It's easier to handle this one while it's on the car. Next, to remove the nut at the spindle which is easier to do with a breaker bar attached. Before you drop the tire rod end from the spindle it's a good idea to remove the ABS sensor so it doesn't get damaged which can be done using the appropriate socket and a pair of pliers as well. When you get the other tire rod end free from the spindle what you'll wanna do when removing it is count how many rotations you make when taking it off so when you put it back on you can use the same amount of turns to keep the alignment as close as possible to where it needs to be. You'll still need to take it to an alignment shop but at least it won't be undriveable.On the inner tire rod, use a pair of needle nose pliers to pinch the tension clip and pull it down. The clip on the other side will usually break. In which case you can pick up a replacement or most people tend to throw a zip tie on it instead since it does the trick. From there you can use a wrench to break loose and remove the nut holding the inner tire rod in place. Put your new OPR replacement into the factory location and tighten it down to that same bolt. The boot will go back on either with a factory clip or a new one or even that zip tie I just mentioned a second ago. The other end will go into the outer tire rod end which you will put on using the same amount of rotations you took it off with. Then tighten that back up once you're done. Then bolt them down to the spindle using red lock tight which is a good idea to keep it locked up but only a little bit is necessary. From here, you're good to go. If you're the owner of a 2005 to 2014 Mustang you might want to check out the OPR replacement inner tire rod end which is available right here at AmericanMuscle.com.

    Improve Steering. If you're experiencing shaky steering or if your car vibrates or wanders down the road it may be time to replace those old worn out tie rods. Installing new replacement OPR inner tie rods will greatly improve your Mustangs steering and ride quality.

    Superior Construction. These replacement OPR tie rod housings are forged and then heat-treated to obtain the most desirable grain structure for unequaled strength and durability. The bearing features grooves that allows grease to flow through the bearing to the stud to provide a smooth, durable surface that extends service life.

    Application. This replacement OPR Inner Tie Rod End is designed to be a direct fit replacement for the 2005 to 2014 Mustangs including V6, GT, Bullitt, BOSS and Shelby GT500 models. Sold individually.

    Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

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    • (1) Inner Tierod End
    • (1) Nut
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    Questions & Answers (3)

    3 Top Rated Questions

    What are the torque specifications for the inner tie rod?

    • The inner tie-rod gets torqued to 89 lb-ft. The the nut that bolts the tie-rod end to the steering knuckle gets 59 lb-ft.The jam nut for adjusting the alignment gets 41 lb-ft .

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    To replace both sides should I buy two pieces of this item ? is any difference between the right or the left side ?

    • This inner tie rod end will fit both the driver and passenger side of the vehicle. They are sold individually though so if you're looking to replace both sides, you'll want to purchase two.

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    Is it a good idea to replace both front inner tie rod ends at the same time?

    • Yes, it is a good idea to replace both tie rod ends at the same time. If one is worn, there is a high chance that the other is worn as well.

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    Customer Reviews (44) Write a Review

    Overall Rating 4.7

    out of 5 stars

    Installation Time:Full Day

    Installation Cost:$100-$250

    • Handling Improvement 4.142857 4.1
    • Fit 4.785714 4.8
    • Bang For Your Buck 4.595238 4.6



    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      August 16, 2018

      Good replacement

      Goes on just like the original component. Simple and straightforward.

      RandyH

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6

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    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Full Day

      July 19, 2018

      Okay

      The parts seem a little different than the original the alignment is costing me a bit too

      AgustinM

      Year: 2008 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (0)

    • 5/5

      July 11, 2018

      Tie rod

      Great price. Fit perfect with steeda bumpsteer. Mechanic said it was easy

      Dark

      Year: 2014 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (0)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      July 10, 2018

      Excellent replacement

      Replaced stock units with these, 10k miles later zero issues.

      MRTM

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (1)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      June 10, 2018

      High miles 06 GT

      Replaced complete tie rods on both sides to eliminate a shake. Not a real noticeable difference until I also did the control arms but no complaints

      CaseyG

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      June 09, 2018

      Gets the job done

      Needed some new tie rods and these were perfect( note only one per order).

      qjtheboss

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Weekend

      May 16, 2018

      First Time Inner Tie Rod Replacement

      I encountered other issues that took me full day to install the inner tie rod. After installation and wheel alignment my mustang is driving smooth once again. And the price you pay is competitive then buying at the dealer. Highly recommend.

      BernardoG

      Year: 2006 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      May 09, 2018

      Suspension update 200K: 2008 Mustang GT

      all is well big 200K miles gone through the suspension replaced all components

      gsrandle

      Year: 2008 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      April 27, 2018

      Awesome

      Very good did its job well i needed to replace after many years and im glad i did

      GerardoP

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      January 26, 2018

      Big Improvement

      Installed as preventative maintenance on a lowered mustang and a definite improvement over worn out stock part. Immediate handing improvement!

      LastV8

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      November 18, 2017

      Excellent fit

      Was exactly what I needed. Fitment was great. Easy install

      JPAT2277

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      October 21, 2017

      Inner tie rod

      Easy to install you can rent the tie rod tool at the parts store then get an alinement !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      DavidF

      Year: 2005 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      October 15, 2017

      Great Replacement Part

      I started to notice a shaking in my steering wheel and discovered that my original tie rods were shot. I got these to replace my originals ones and they are great. They went on easy and are nice and stiff as they should be.

      MikeB08

      Year: 2008 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 3/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      October 02, 2017

      Wish it said made in china

      Seems like a good part but prefer American made parts. Should have country of manufacture in the specs

      Tj

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 07, 2017

      Great Replacement

      Did the inner and outer tie rods all in one afternoon and it was a great direct replacement. Simple and easy in and out. I'm a bit of a novice and this was easy to do with some hand tools and a rental from my local parts store. Took maybe 2 hours because of some rust buildup.

      Tduncan46

      Year: 2007 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      September 02, 2017

      Better than stock...

      It's a sturdy piece of metal and if these bend or break it will definitely have to be from a curb. But overall great product. It does also require a bit of knowledge of how the steering affects it'.

      FastLaneKrew

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 1/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $250-$500

      July 19, 2017

      Didn't fit

      The product didn't fit and I had to buy moog tie rods instead.

      GKWunder

      Year: 2014 Submodel: V6

      Helpful (3)

    • 4/5

      Installation Time: Shop Install

      Installation Cost: $100-$250

      July 18, 2017

      Tie

      if you are needing a replacement and not looking to upgrade your steering these are for you, great factory replacement and good price

      TheShado

      Year: 2007 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      July 12, 2017

      Right in?

      It fit right in! No problems at all, now to get an alignment on it

      AdolfoP

      Year: 2006 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

    • 5/5

      Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

      June 18, 2017

      tie rod

      the item fits perfectly and it improved the handling on my mustang.

      IsraelR

      Year: 2017 Submodel: GT

      Helpful (3)

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