TR250 and TR6 Companion
INNER AND OUTER TIE-ROD ENDS, ALL TR250, TR6
"TRF Supplies Replica Outer Tie-Rod Ends with Grease Fittings"
It has been a good many years since new inner tie-rod ends were available from
Unipart. But, the good news is that TRF rebuilds inner tie-rod ends to brand new
condition. Virtually all of the components are new, as we arrange to produce more and more
of them all the time, and you will not be able to tell our rebuilt ones from brand new
either by appearance or by performance. We prefer to rebuild your old ones in order to
keep the process moving, but if you purchase an exchange unit, please do not neglect
to send your old ones in, as the service cannot exist without old parts for rebuilding.
We manufacture our own brand-new outer tie-rod ends as well. These are replicas of
original parts, and they come with grease fittings and rubber boots.
Inner Tie-Rod End Assembly,
Include refundable core charge,
send your old parts with your order
Outer Tie-Rod End,
exact replica of
original; comes with grease fitting and
P.S. Core charge has been raised, as we are not receiving old units back to continue
the rebuilding service.
STEERING RACK BOOTS, TR250, TR6
"TRF Rack Boots Include Original Hardware"
TRF makes up its own kits, and we
include rubber bellows made to the
original design and original metal
hardware rather than generic boots and
nylon cable ties as found in aftermarket
kits sold by other vendors. Look at the
illustrations in other catalogues; you can
see what you will get. The reason for
hose clamps on rack boots is that steering
racks are supposed to be lubricated with #90 gear oil, not with multi-purpose grease.
Gear oil sloshes around inside and lubricates the entire steering rack and pinion
mechanism. Grease stays in one place and lubricates only a few inches of the rack.
That is the reason that you should replace torn or perished rack bellows before the oil
steering rack; includes two
bellows and original style hardware