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I am going to be replacing both front inner and outer tie rods, along with the bearings and seals. Have anyone changed these? Are they challenging? I have already replaced the rotors/pads and was hoping to do these before I put the tires back. I have already purchased all the parts. Thank you!

EDIT: Car is 1999 Toyota Solara SE V6.
 

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Quick question, whats wrong with your inner tie rods? If there is nothing wrong with them can I have them? I have been going crazy trying to find some replacements and even the local dealership doesn't have them in stock.

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John,

My Inners were worned out. They were causing the streering wheel to vibrate real bad when I hit 45+ MPH. I got aftermarket Inners from AutoZone for ~ $100.
 

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I am going to be replacing both front inner and outer tie rods, along with the bearings and seals. Have anyone changed these? Are they challenging? I have already replaced the rotors/pads and was hoping to do these before I put the tires back. I have already purchased all the parts. Thank you!

EDIT: Car is 1999 Toyota Solara SE V6.
NM. I just saw that your tierods were for the Solara and not the Tundra.
 
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