Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Springfield, OR
When I bend one severely, I've learned that it can be easier to take the whole rod off (ends included) rather than to fight against the bend. Also this way you can mark your ends and return them to the same position on the new rod without putting any thought into toe adjustments. Last tie rod I bought was an oem yfz450 from a dealership under $40.
Fci, PC5F/I, monster exhaust, +2 Cuervo head, HDD5150, 54mm throttle body, 105.5 14:1, +8 swingarm.
Sparks big core, k&n no lid, yz needle, yz timing mod, +4 swingarm.
Cuervo 870, lectron, msd, monster megs, single a-arm lightened chasis, +14 swingarm.
Cuervo 930, lectron, msd, db fab titanium chasis.