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· shake them babies
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i bent my tie rod back in january backing up over a parking curb. front tires looked pigeon toed. biggest concern was that steering was really bad at high speeds, and i'd squeal tires just driving straight. coughed up $320 to get it fixed. you shouldn't need to pay as much as i was raped :cussing:
 

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There is a couple ways to find out what I do is jack up the front wheels and wiggle the tire side to side if you feel movement and you can see that its coming from the tie rod end it needs to be replaced, if you look at the tie rod end and its bent then it needs to be replaced. If your tires are wearing on the outer or inner edge you could have a bad tie rod end or it could be out of alignment
 
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