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i got nervous about my tie rods ,thanks guys,i ordered me some upgraded stainless tie rods,anybody else running aftermarket tierods?

i think i am gonna just keep em for back ups till one bends or i might go ahead install them.
 

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I havent but need to being that i bent one two weeks ago when i flipped my brute, I straightened it out but need to go ahead and upgrade

What did you go with? I was/am going to get the ASR tie rods/ends
 

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i got em off ebay,i will have to check brand.
 

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sandman dont put em on till ya need to if it aint broke dont fix it ;)
 

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that what i figured i would do.but we got an all weekend event next week.may as well take some spares in case i break something.
 

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yea def take em just to be safe since you know its no fun on the sidelines watching
 

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I would go ahead and swap them and have the others as backup
 

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well i am taking at least one spare 4wheeler but i wanna ride the brute so.
 

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take some pictures of them if you dont mind.
 

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as soon as they come in i will
 

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I run the ASR rods. Very strong, but keep an eye on the nylock nuts. I just put red threadlock in yesterday after the DS loosening up yet again on last Sundays ride with blue threadlock. Hopefully this will solve the problem.
 

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OEM's are $10
 

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I'm running ASRs and love 'em. They have a lifetime warranty. I have a buddy who put on 31s, did one wheelie and bent his stock rods. I bought ASRs the next day. I'd rather not have to worry about it again, plus if you break one you could have a pretty nasty little wreck ( I saw one once ), and you'll probably tear a boot in the process.
 

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your better buying asr and replacing them when they come in. if you wait till the stockers break you raise your risk of breaking something else. had a buddy that waited and his brike at about 15mph and he had to buy alot more than tie-rods.
 

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i got em in,may go ahead and change em before we ride this weekend.
 

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any pictures of these new rods?
 

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the asr's or the ones i got.
 
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