Made with excellent quality alloy steel, WH Tie Rod Ends are made to give you a long time of service.

The hardened ball joint housing sockets made of carbon steel ensures that you enjoy a car that has good torque, high durability and strength.

You can also be sure of maximum accuracy and the ability to withstand extensive weight.

The synthetic grease applied to WH Tie Rod Ends also prevents friction, while the connection threads are produces with utmost precision for easy mounting.

You are therefore assured of tie end rods that are extremely reliable with these tie end rods that have also been made to inhibit leakages.

Get our tie end rods and enjoy a smooth and easy to turn ride.

Want to have tie end rods that will serve you for a good period?  Then get in touch with us.

WH tie end rods have excellent features that include:

  • Excellent quality alloy steel for superior durability
  • Carbon steel hardened sockets for unmatched sturdiness
  • Maximum accuracy
  • Ability to withstand excessive weight
  • Synthetic grease to prevent friction
  • Easy mounting

The Gallery Of WH Manufactured Tie Rod Ends

Fitting PositionInner Tie Rod End
OEM No.56540-2H000
Fitting PositionOuter Tie Rod End
OEM No.56880-5H000
Fitting PositionFront Inner Tie Rod End
OEM No.57755-25000
Fitting PositionFront Tie Rod
OEM No.56820-28500
Fitting PositionLeft Outer Tie Rod
OEM No.MB166786
Fitting PositionLeft Inner Tie Rod End
OEM No.66146-03091
Fitting PositionUpper Tie Rod
OEM No.57724-4H000
Fitting PositionLeft Inner Tie Rod
OEM No.57724-38000



What is a tie rod end?

Tie rod ends are devices used to make the tires of a car turn when a steering is turned. A pair of tie rod ends is present on each wheel for support while turning the car tires through the steering of the car.

What are track rod ends?

Track rod ends are end points of the steering holder. These are like small circular balls or bobs that join thetie rods to the steering knuckles. Some track rod ends are sealed while some go unsealed.

How to fix a tie rod end?

In order to fix atie rod end, you better need to replace it. Most of the cases the inner clip of tie rod is broken which is designed for one tine use only so replacement is the better option to go with.

How to change tie rods?

Most of the time for changingtie rods, you may need to take your vehicle to the mechanic to do the job perfectly.

But if you are confident that you can change them on your own only then replace them yourself else don’t take the risk because it can lead to dangerous outcomes as they are most important part of your vehicle’s steerings.

When to replace tie rod ends?

Tie rods must be replaced several times during the life time of our vehicle and any other replacement could be postponed but this replacement must be a priority for having a safe drive.

How to replace tie rod ends?

For replacing a tie rod end, follow the following steps:

  • Fix the new tie rod end inside the inner gear
  • Place the new clip inside by sliding the boot on the inner tie rod
  • Cover both inner and outer tie rods with thread
  • Join the tie rod to the steering knuckle
  • Tighten the nut


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Ball Joint
The metal gusher bearings of WH Ball Joint that have been powered and the greased grooves that reduce the level of wear.
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Contorl Arm
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Sway Bar Link
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Tie Rod End
Tie Rod End
WH Manufactured Tie Rod Ends are sure of maximum accuracy and the ability to withstand extensive weight.
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