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Conversation Between TomsBeast and JandyRide
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  1. TomsBeast
    If you've ever done any front end work on a car or truck, It's pretty straightforward. I'd replace the drag link and tie rod and all 4 ends with new Moog parts (real good quality), replace it all at the same time (if one tie rod end is bad, the other three aren't very far away). I mail order from Rock Auto all of the time, but shipping costs might make more sense to get your parts from a Napa Auto Supply, higher retail price with the shipping cost 'baked in'. For tools you'll need a short handle 3lb sledge hammer, a pickle fork (tie rod separator, large)
  2. JandyRide
    Hey there! We have a 1995 Ford E350 2x4 and want to replace the drag link, tie rod and the tie rod ends of the front end...any suggestions on replacement parts or experience doing this??

    I’ve already replaced upper and lower ball joints and stabilizer bar bushings and steering gearbox.
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