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So where do you find tie rod ends? by jimbolaya
Started on: 08-31-2013 06:54 PM
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So I went up to Advance to price some parts. Among those were tie rod ends all the way around. They had the economy ones for the back, but they have discontinued the economy ones for the front end. The only thing they had were Moogs for $73 a piece. That's not happening on my son's budget. I perused Rodney's site, and didn't see any tie rod ends there, nor at the Fiero store. That leads back to the thread title, where do you find tie rod ends for your Fiero. BTW, I still need to check Napa and Autozone.

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Well I went back to the Fiero Store and found them there. For some reason I couldn't find them under suspension parts, but did after using search. Question still stands.

Jim

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Rodney Dickman has the tie rod ends listed under "Steering & Suspension". You then have to pick '84-87 or '88, near the top of the page. For the '84-87 Fiero, the front inner and outer are $25 each.
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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Rodney Dickman has the tie rod ends listed under "Steering & Suspension". You then have to pick '84-87 or '88, near the top of the page. For the '84-87 Fiero, the front inner and outer are $25 each.


Rodney Dickman or nothing! Sure might spend more but you are getting a quality part that is stronger than stock.

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Rodney Dickman or nothing! Sure might spend more but you are getting a quality part that is stronger than stock.




I would certainly buy Rodney before Fiero Store, but I did not see them under suspension parts. I'll have to give it another try.

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Originally posted by Blacktree:

Rodney Dickman has the tie rod ends listed under "Steering & Suspension". You then have to pick '84-87 or '88, near the top of the page. For the '84-87 Fiero, the front inner and outer are $25 each.


Now I see what I was doing wrong. You have to pick the year after you go to suspension parts. Nice side note is he gives you 10% off any purchase of 4 or more. So I'll probably get all the tie rod ends and ball joints through him. Even with the 10% off, once you add shipping it will still be a little more expensive, but Rodney has always delivered quality stuff. Well worth it.

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