Threw this set on my Z400, held up great to a beating at the Oregon dunes. Took myself a nice little tumble off of a razorback, fell a good 15 feet nose first....tie rods held up good...no bends or breaks. Solid product!
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They are simple to install and reliable tie rod. The whole kit is pretty reliable
very nice, heavy duty, easy to assemble.
This tie rod kit is a lot more heavy duty than stock.
Not happy with purchase. The third time I took my quad out, the right bottom ball joint thread is bent... Will not buy these again they are junk.....
Excellent product. i had a few incidents where i thought they were gonna bend. but still holding up strong. definatly worth the money!
Good Strong replacements to soft stock. They are a bit on the heavy side though.
Have done some gnarly flips and rolls since I've had these on and not even a slight bend. I also do mostly jumps and MX so I recommend these!
Great upgrade kit. Lighter and stronger then stock. Comes with everything you need. Very easy to install and adjust. I put a bit of anti-sieze on the threads to aid in future removal or adjustment. I've gone on some pretty brutal rides since installing this kit and have no complaints. The price is really reasonable compared to stock replacements as well.
Put them on my Raptor 700 and they have held up so far. I race xc and haven't bent them... yet. the balls joints don't seem to be holding up though, probably been on my ride for about a year, and already have some play inthe stearing. The type of racing that I do is rough on the bike though. I'd buy them again.
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Question asked by Derks
Question:Q: I have burgard a arms and I measured the length of the tie rod, it is 16", I'm just curious if this will fit or if you can tell me how to check that they'll fit.Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by JamesGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: These are a complete Tie Rod / Connecting rod replacement for your machine, that will be the same effect as the OEM Tie Rod ends, with a more heavy duty set up. These are base on machine fitment, you will have to profile your ATV into the website to guarantee fit.
Question asked by Schweg
Question:Q: How long is the tie rod, threads included?Question asked 1 year 10 months agoI Just bought my first quad. I am 45 and started with ditrtbikes at 6. I don't know if its stock or not, I did measure 9.75" of tie rod including the exposed threads. I have a 20007 Honda TRX 400EX. Can you help me Please.
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 1 year 10 months agoAnswer: A: The tie rods aren't determine by length. Fitment will go off what type of ATV you profile. This is how we ensure you're getting the correct tie rod for your ATV.
Question asked by Schweg
Question:Q: Stick or wider A arm, I dont know.?.Question asked 1 year 10 months agoI measured the unbent rod and saw 9.75" from say bolt to bolt, or exposed tie rod. Would that be stock?
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 1 year 10 months agoAnswer: A: Fitment is determined by MMY of ATV not length. You'll need to profile you 2007 Honda TRX400EX to get the correct fitment rods.
Question asked by nyheimen
Question:Q: Complete length for this wheel arms?Question asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: These kits are designed for use with stock A-Arms or sock length A-arms. Unfortunately they are not designed to work with A-Arms that are wider than stock.