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Ford F250 Replacement Tie Rod Information

Ford F250 tie rods that are worn or broken, like most other pickup truck tie rods, can cause wheels to wobble, shimmy and be the source of erratic tracking. These problems in Ford F250 tie rods can ultimately lead to uneven tire wear and damage to other front-end components, including tires. Owners of these trucks, when they detect these problems, should check their tie rods by raising the truck's front-end, gripping the wheel's top and bottom surface and attempt to jiggle the wheel. If there is movement, it is usually an indication of a damaged tie rod. To remove the defective tie rods, the truck owner will need to unscrew the tie rod lock nut and then remove the tie rod's cotter pin and castle nut. Unscrew the tie rod, keeping track of the number of turns it takes to unscrew the tie rod. When he installs the new tie rod he'll need to reverse the removal process, turning the tie rod the same number of turns as when it was unscrewed.

Ford F250 Tie Rod They are available for the following Ford F250 years: 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1979, 1967, 1965, 1964, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1955, 1954, 1953, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81, 80, 79, 67, 65, 64, 63, 62, 61, 60, 59, 58, 57, 56, 55, 54, 53. This part is also sometimes called Ford F250 Tie Rods. We stock tie rod parts for most Ford models including F150, F250 Super Duty, F350 Super Duty, Mustang, F350, Explorer, Ranger, Expedition, Escape, Focus, Bronco, Fusion, F100, Taurus, Edge, E350 Super Duty, Crown Victoria, E150 Econoline, Excursion, Explorer Sport Trac, Windstar, F550 Super Duty, E250 Econoline, F450 Super Duty, Escort, Freestyle, Thunderbird, E250, Five Hundred, Freestar, Flex, Fiesta, F650, F Super Duty, F-250 HD, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, Transit Connect, E150, E350 Econoline and F800.

We stock these Tie Rod brands for the Ford F250: Replacement, Moog, AC Delco, Skyjacker, Motorcraft, Mevotech, API, TRQ, SKP and Dorman.

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The Ford F250 is a tough and capable full-size pick up truck. It features advanced towing capabilities, four-wheel drive and a roomy six person cabin. If you are like most drivers, you probably put your F250 to the test on a regular basis, hauling, towing and driving over rough terrain. You count on your Ford F250 to perform well under pressure. But there are times when even the biggest heroes need help.

Since you may find yourself frequently putting in a full workday with your F250, as you may expect, things may eventually wear out. Problems with the suspension, transmission and engine and are some common. F250 tie rod problems do unfortunately happen on a regular basis, not because your truck is at fault but rather, because of drivers' increased demand for performance. You have high expectations of this bad boy truck. You will likely find yourself faced with occasional repairs, if you are to keep it in top condition.

Tie Rods Need Replaced? Here's How To Tell

The most noticeable sign of a bad Ford F250 tie rod is a knocking sound coming from your front end. This will most often occur when you are driving slowly or making a sharp turn. The next time you are turning into a tight parking spot, take note if you hear a pronounced knocking sound. If so, that is your first clue that your Ford F250 tie rods need to be replaced.

Your F250 may also start pulling to one side of the road or the other while you are trying to drive forward. You might also notice a definite sideways pull when braking. This pulling will be only somewhat evident at first so you might ignore the problem, but don't. It will get worse over time. If left unchecked, it will lead to uneven wear on the inside or outside of your tires. Eventually you may have to replace all four of your tires and pay for a costly alignment.

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Nobody is pointing the finger at you. However, it is worth pointing out that Ford F250 tie rods do not usually wear out on their own because of age. Rather, they go bad due to wear and tear and often, harsh road conditions. Gunning the engine and flying over those rough roads may be fun but it takes its toll on your truck. But hey, YOLO (You Only Live Once). You probably bought this amazing truck precisely because you craved such adventures.

Lucky for you, is here to help you correct the damage. If you have an older vehicle, you might find yourself in search of a 2005 Ford F250 outer tie rod or F250 drag link replacement. Whatever you need, find it at at a discount. For example, 2005 Ford F250 outer tie rods are priced between $64 and $182, while inner tie rods will cost you between $108 and $120, on average. Make sure you pay less so you can play more, by checking out

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1994 Ford F250 Tie Rod End

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Reviewer: bullit-hed

fit exactly how it should went right into place cotter pin hole was to high to use propperly for provided castle nut, I use old castle nut.

1995 Ford F250 Tie Rod End

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Reviewer: bullit-hed

fit as it is suppose to and have not had any problems with it. went right into place.

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1988 Ford F250 Tie Rod Assembly