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what is a good set of aftermarket tie rods to buy??

Old 05-05-2008, 08:29 PM
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what is a good set of aftermarket tie rods to buy??

just recently bent both of mine
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Old 05-05-2008, 08:34 PM
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you bent them? Damn.

Z32 Tein's is what people usually go with because they have steering angle spacers and are beefier than stock. If you just want stock replacements you can go for MOOG.
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Z32 tein? really?
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Old 05-05-2008, 09:40 PM
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I personally have the SPL ones and love them.

www.splparts.com
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Old 05-06-2008, 01:46 AM
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I put a stock set on bought a year and a half ago...no problems but I will upgrade to SPL in the future.
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I thought spl just used the tein tie rods?
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glad you opened this thread cause my driver side is broken. z32 tein sounds pretty good to me
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I run TEIN currently
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moving to suspension forum
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no spl does not..they are good stuff

i run tein and they are good w/ a budget otherwise if u got deeper pockets id get spl
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anything beefy and not megan.
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Originally Posted by motegineon View Post
no spl does not..they are good stuff

i run tein and they are good w/ a budget otherwise if u got deeper pockets id get spl
SPL sells Tein inner tie rods for z33/z32 that attach to there outter tie rods. I have this setup and it's awesome. Immediately noticeable increase in steering precision.
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