|End Tie Rod 187R for:||FORD Vehicles.|
|The Payments : ||T/T , 30% in advance,balance before shipment.|
|delivery time:||45-55days |
|Packaging Details:||Standard packing or according to the requirements.|
The tie rod end is part of the vehicle's steering mechanism. Depending on the type of system, there can be an inner and outer tie rod for the mechanical box system, or outer tie rod ends only, in the more popular rack and pinion system.
In the rack and pinion system, the tie rod end is the connection between the axial joint and the wheels, transmitting force from the rack gear to the steering knuckle. It is one of the major pivots in the steering system, causing the wheels to turn.
Tie rod ends are integral to the steering and handling of a vehicle. These elements are not susceptible to regular wear and tear the way that other auto parts are. Instead, the only times when tie rod ends become damaged are instances when cars drive up on curves, hit extreme potholes or encounter other road problems that cause impacts behind the tire and in the well itself.
The tie rod end is necessary for creating banking in the tire and allowing for accurate turning, deeper turning radii and enhanced handling of a vehicle. When tie rod ends break, it is impossible to steer a vehicle. The tie rod ends attach to the top and bottom of a tire and keep it secured to the rest of the infrastructure of the vehicle, allowing for fine-tuned changes in direction and ease of handling. Tie rod ends are susceptible to bending, warping and breaking.