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Tie-rod ends

Found these in the boot of the SC, Should I shy away from these being that they are made in India ! Found out that O'Reillys sells these

Not sure that the car even needs them, She drives great and no noise from the front end .



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I won't use anything but trw or moog. Steering parts are to much of a safety issue to try and save a few bucks. IMHO

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Yep Steamer that is what I was thinking as well

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i'm running that brand,, havent had any problems with them yet.. did my tie rods last week with them and also my upper control arms last month.

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Interesting

Interesting that the box has a Moog part number marked over - I guess to indicate that they aren't Moog parts. If it ain't broke, don't fix it, but I am inclined to think that those would be okay to use when the time comes.
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I bet the moog and trw are made in india,china,korea,etc...Alan
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Well to add a bit to the story , I ran a search on the part # on the bag and this company came up http://www.ingallseng.com/ . Oh well they are on the self if ever need be

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I think those are what I used when I changed mine at school a few years ago (got them from the in house napa). No problems.

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