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OPR Replacement Front Outer Tie Rod End (94-04 All)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Eliminates Shaky Steering and Vibration
    • Front Outer Tie Rod End
    • Forged and Heat-treated Construction
    • Black Oxide Coating
    • Greaseable, Polychloroprene Seal
    • Straight Forward, Bolt-on Design
    • Fits Passenger or Driver Side
    • Sold Individually
    • Fits All 1994 to 2004 Ford Mustang Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    OPR's replacement tire rod end we're taking a look at today is going to be a good OEM-quality factory replacement option for Mustang owners out there that are on a budget and need a new tire rod end from either years of abuse, or maybe even a little bit of an altercation with a curb. Now, looking towards the installation, despite its size, this is something that's going to warrant a two-hour job. I will be giving it a pretty involved one out of three wrenches on our difficulty meter here. I will have a little bit more information for you coming up on that later. So some typical symptoms of a bad tire rod end can easily be characterized by squeaking or noises when you're attacking bumps in the road or potholes, especially when you're turning. But in my personal experience, what I've felt in the past is overall just a really loose or a disconnected steering wheel feel. Manufactured from factory-style equipment, this direct replacement is going to be forged and heat treated to give you the best grain structure possible, which in laymen's terms just means that it's going to be really strong.Now, additionally, this is going to feature a patented cover plate design that's going to sandwich the ball stud between the upper and lower bearing. What that's going to do is cut down on axial lash. Now, what this all means here, guys, is that this factory-style replacement is going to consistently give you the right amount of preload, which in turn is going to affect the steering shaft effort. So you're not going to have this wear unevenly over time. Now, another great aspect about this end is that it's going to feature a polychloroprene compound. Now, this is basically a strong rubber compound that's going to ensure that it can take a beating from any type of abrasion, dirt, and debris, as well as high temperatures. Now, additionally, these seals will feature a grease relief valve, so you can essentially flush all that bad stuff out of the end itself, re-grease it, and then you're good to go. Now, in terms of the pricing, expect to be spending $30 per side here. That's honestly a small price to pay to get your car back on the road in a pinch and get that steering back into check. Now, on the flipside here, guys, a factory-style replacement over the counter from your local dealership is likely going to run probably around $50. For the pricing here, it's honestly a no-brainer in the event you need to get your Mustang back on the road fast. Now, looking at the installation, like I said earlier, this is going to warrant an easy one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter here, but expect to be wrenching for a couple hours. So getting started, you're obviously going to want to get that car off the ground. A quick tip here is that whichever side you decide to work on or you need to work on, make sure to turn your wheels in whichever direction you're starting with. But after that, you're going to begin by removing the cotter pin, followed by the castle nut. Now, another quick tip here is that you're going to want to mark the inner tire rod shaft where the lock nut is, so that when you go to get your factory replacement back in line, you're going to know exactly where it needs to be. But after that, you're going to want to use a pickle fork and a mallet to dislodge the end of the tire rod. After that, you're going to want to loosen the lock nut, and then untwist the tire rod end. Now, at this point, guys, that is going to be about 50% of the way into the uninstallation. Once you're done there, it's more or less getting your new OPR replacement in line, reinstalling everything in the reverse order, getting your wheels back on the car, get the car on the ground, and then head out for a solid alignment. Then, you're good to go. So that's going to wrap up my quick review of OPR's front outer tire rod ends, fitting your 1994 through 2004 Mustang, which can be found right here at

    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 outer tie rods will greatly improve your Mustangs steering and ride quality. Even though these OPR Outer Tie Rod Ends are sold individually, it is recommended to replace the driver and passenger side at the same time.

    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. Featuring a patented cover-plate design that sandwiches the full-ball stud between the upper and lower bearings to eliminate axial clearance “lash”, this design consistently produces just the right amount of preload, providing proper steering effort over the life of the part.

    Greaseable Seals. The replacement OPR tie rod seals are made from a premium polychloroprene compound that can easily withstand dirt, abrasion, and temperature extremes. These seals also feature a grease relief valve so that debris can easily be flushed out when serviced to help prevent contamination for a longer life.

    Straight Forward Installation. OPR designed their Outer Tie Rod End to be a direct fit replacement for the factory tie rod end. Using basic hand tools, this Tie Rod End can be install in about 2-3 hours with no modifications required. Please note that an alignment is highly recommended after installation.

    Application. This replacement OPR Outer Tie Rod End is designed to be a direct fit replacement for the 1994-2004 Mustangs including V6, GT, Bullitt, Mach 1 and SVT Cobra models. Fits driver or passenger side, sold individually.


    Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

    MPN# 50710

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Outer Tierod End
    • (1) Nut
    • (1) Castle Nut
    • (1) Cotter pin
    • (1) Grease fitting
    Installation Info
    Will it fit my Mustang?
    • Bullitt - 01
    • Cobra - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04
    • Cobra R - 95, 00
    • GT - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
    • Mach 1 - 03, 04
    • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04

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        1 Top Rated Question

        Grease Do these come already greased or should I get some grease ahead of time? Also, any recommendations of grease to get for these? Thanks for your help.

        • Yeah you need to get some grease, Ebay carries mini grease guns that would fit for $10 or less with fast shipping. Comes with assorted grease refills as well

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          Customer Reviews (42) Write a Review

          Ratings Summary

          4.5 out of 5 overall rating from 42 customers

          Installation Time: Afternoon

          Installation Cost: 0-$100

          • December 06, 2019

            5 2004 GT - Stangsmoke04 Installation Time: Afternoon

            Tie rod

            Looks great definitely needed new ones great replacement

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          • August 12, 2019

            5 2003 V6 - Luke Installation Time: Shop Install

            excellent tie rods

            Fits perfectly and the car handles extremely well. I had my mechanic do the install. it's a great part when you need to replace the old ones

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          • January 07, 2019

            5 2004 GT - DavidC Installation Time: Afternoon

            Worth it

            good fit for the price. bought these and same brand b.joints and my baby running amazing. some tough work def gonna need an alignment asap so be ready to spend couple more bucks,other than that great brand good price and really fast shipping from AandM!

            Helpful (3)
          • November 07, 2018

            5 2003 V6 - PericlesA Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Right for the money

            perfect fit,no hassle to install,my mustang runs good now.

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          • August 10, 2018

            5 2003 GT - AhmadF

            on spot

            Hella dope went in no problem alignment came out a1

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          • June 07, 2018

            5 2002 V6 - Phil Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Definitely worth the buy

            My old ones were bad and did cause some pretty poor steering. Bought these and I don't think my ride could be any smoother steering wise. Left and right turns are smooth as ice and much more responsive. Took literally around 20 to 30 minutes for install and it's a pretty easy fix. Alignment is suggested after install.

            Helpful (4)
          • May 06, 2018

            5 2004 Mach 1 - HighMileageMach Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Perfect Replacement

            Installing was a breeze, recommend to get a alignment afterwards.

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          • April 20, 2018

            5 1995 GT - ZackS Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Good replacement

            Replaced inners/outers on my 95GT they're a good replacement for the outers.

            Helpful (3)
          • March 27, 2018

            5 2002 V6 - SteveG Installation Time: Afternoon

            Front outer tie rod

            Very good quality product and a very easy install. I do recommend getting an alignment after installation.

            Helpful (3)
          • February 06, 2018

            3 2004 GT - AnthonyG

            Castle Nut Threads Stripped While Torquing

            The part fit well,but the castle nut threads stripped while torquing it. The nut will not come off and needs to be cut off. the part is still on my vehicle. I emailed American Muscle twice and am still waiting for a reply 3 day's later. I want to return it for a replacement.

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          • January 21, 2018

            5 2003 GT - MarcusJ Installation Time: Afternoon

            It was a breeze

            I replaced but of the outer tie rods in my garage with some jack stands and a jack. It only took a couple of hours and that was because all of my hardware was rusty and I didn’t have spray lube.

            Helpful (3)
          • November 14, 2017

            5 1994 GT - KenK Installation Time: Afternoon

            Great replacement

            Great replacement, don’t forget to install grease fittings that come with product!

            Helpful (3)
          • September 19, 2017

            3 2003 GT - BrianH Installation Time: Afternoon

            Cheep nuts

            Kind of cheep. Crown nuts striped out before the torque spec was reached

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          • August 02, 2017

            4 1999 Cobra - LAWRENCEB Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour



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          • June 19, 2017

            5 1998 GT - nuketheradio97 Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great upgrade

            It fits like the stock end, but it actually has a grease fitting. On top of that, the blue helps clean up the underside of the car compared to the original.

            Helpful (3)
          • June 02, 2017

            1 1994 GT - Nick

            Defective part

            I got the part on time I had it for a while I barely installed it yesterday and saw the boot is ripped I need some help maybe I can get a refund or a new part

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          • May 19, 2017

            5 2002 GT - Ben Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great replacement over stock

            These are great well made and feel sturdy. Putting the grease in the bottom was a pain but with a little pacence i managed.

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          • March 27, 2017

            4 2002 GT - Archangel Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            Great replacement!!

            My old tie rods were all torn and full of grit these were very easy to replace all I needed to do was get the car aligned after the install.

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          • March 18, 2017

            5 2001 Cobra - Rawley Installation Time: Afternoon

            Front Outer Tie Rod End

            Nice addition, compared the part to some of my local auto shops. Simple replacement work. Shipping was right on point. Thanks

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          • February 12, 2017

            3 2003 V6 - Vicko Installation Time: Less than 1 Hour

            One of the Tie Rod was bad

            Over-all these were ok. but one of the units was defective as the rubber did not hold the grease.

            Helpful (4)

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