SILVER (ADVANTAGE) TIE ROD ENDS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Superb strength for durability
- Consistent torque for smooth operation
- Full ball stud
- Low-friction double bearing for high impact resistance
- Undergo extreme impact, wear, and fatigue testing for quality and durability
- Dust boot is installed and attached to minimize contamination, and maximize durability, and service life
- Polyurethane dust boot helps resist cracking, splitting, dry rot, and corrosion
- Greaseable design for long life
- Coated for corrosion resistance
- Manufactured at ISO 9001-certified facilities for consistent high quality
- Some ACDelco Silver parts may have formerly appeared as ACDelco Advantage
ACDelco Silver (Advantage) Steering Tie Rod Ends are economical replacement components for your GM and non-GM vehicle. They connect your vehicle’s steering linkage to the steering knuckle. These dependable aftermarket steering tie rod ends offer quality and performance, all at an economical price. Some ACDelco Silver parts may have formerly appeared as ACDelco Advantage.
12 Month/Unlimited Mile Limited Warranty*: ACDelco offers a 12 month/Unlimited mile limited warranty on Silver (Advantage) Tie Rod Ends. Effective on parts purchased April 1, 2018 and later to the original retail purchaser. Contact seller for limited warranty part details, qualifications, and possible labor coverage.
Learn more about our warranties: https://www.acdelco.com/parts/warranties
Can I use ACDelco Silver (Advantage) Chassis parts on my non-GM vehicle?
Yes. ACDelco Silver (Advantage) Chassis parts are for both GM and non-GM vehicle applications.
Should I perform a vehicle alignment after installing new tie rod ends or tie rod end adjusting sleeves?
Yes. Installing new tie rod ends or tie rod end adjusting sleeves can interfere with the alignment of your vehicle, so a full four-wheel vehicle alignment is recommended following any tie rod and tie rod component replacement.
- Inspect or have your tie rod end components inspected for signs of wear. Potholes, bumpy road conditions, and minor accidents can all result in tie rod wear, and, in extreme instances, bending or breakage. Inspect your tie rod components regularly, following exposure to events that may harm them, or when you experience signs of tie rod component wear.
- Keep your tie rod ends lubricated. Road hazards like rough terrain or hitting curbs can damage tie rods and cause lubrication to leak out. Once lubrication is lost, the tie rod may loosen and bind up, preventing proper function. Check or have your tie rod ends checked and lubricate them if necessary.
- Use a sleeve rotating tool to rotate your tie rod end adjusting sleeve and apply penetrating oil to the clamps and sleeve before loosening it. Proper sleeve rotation is key to helping prevent damage and a loose fit between the sleeve and tie rod end.
- Installation of new tie rod components can interfere with the alignment of your vehicle. Perform a full four-wheel vehicle alignment after any tie rod replacement.