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Has anyone upgraded the tie rods on their Juke?

I have noticed mine are not as sharp as they were new and probably need replacing.

Any options or opinions welcome.
 

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Yes people have. They tend to have the rubber crack and fail over time.
 

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Aside from going to NAPA and getting some off the shelf ones, where can I find these upgraded ones? Did a search here and nothing came up.

Circuit Sports makes something for the 350z so I dunno bug them to make something for the Juke?

 

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I have not been able to find any.

The best thing to do it just maintain them. Keep the rubber seals lubed up with a rubber protectorate. If dirt cannot get in. They will not wear.
 

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Aside from going to NAPA and getting some off the shelf ones, where can I find these upgraded ones? Did a search here and nothing came up.

Circuit Sports makes something for the 350z so I dunno bug them to make something for the Juke?


Yes. Mevotech trx.
 

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Yes. Mevotech trx.
Thanks, finally got around to ordering them, to anyone wondering the part numbers are..

Mevotech TXMS30624
Mevotech TXMS30625
 

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Thanks, finally got around to ordering them, to anyone wondering the part numbers are..

Mevotech TXMS30624
Mevotech TXMS30625
Let us know how they ARE.
 

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These turned out pretty good, the zerk caps suck, so i replaced them with ones for tractors etc.

Good: Improved over worn out stock. Cast/Forged/Machined structure is more substantial over stock. Grease-able.

Ok: You have to grease them and they can leak a little grease over time.

Ugly: You will need an alignment after install.

Overall about 8 on a scale of 1-10
 

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These turned out pretty good, the zerk caps suck, so i replaced them with ones for tractors etc.

Good: Improved over worn out stock. Cast/Forged/Machined structure is more substantial over stock. Grease-able.

Ok: You have to grease them and they can leak a little grease over time.

Ugly: You will need an alignment after install.

Overall about 8 on a scale of 1-10
Thanks for the report back.

Ugly can be repainted etc Any pics of the install ?
 
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