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HOGAN’S PART SHOPPER –The Best Part At The Best Price!
Hogan's, first in the USA, parts shopper software revolutionizes the way we purchase parts for your car. We do the shopping for you!
Parts Shopper searches our inventory, national suppliers and local warehouses instantly. It's unique because it indexes and shops every brand and every part number for your car. With instant pricing and availability we choose the best product available at the best price for your car. This information, along with the exact amount of time that it will require to make the repair, is quickly calculated by our system for an accurate estimate in seconds. Quality parts and service at the best possible price. It's How Hogan Keeps You Rolling...
Regardless of the type of steering system in your vehicle, you use inner and outer tie rods. As an important part of your vehicle’s steering and suspension system, tie rods act as the link between your vehicle’s steering system and the steering arm, which is attached to the steering wheel. When you turn the steering wheel, the steering arm moves the front wheels through the steering system. The inner and outer tie rods connect to the steering arm in order to move the wheels of your vehicle. In the common rack-and-pinion steering system, the inner tie rods connect to the steering rack while the outer tie rods connect to the steering arms. The tie rods make steering and turning possible by moving your wheels in the desired direction. Without properly functioning tie rods, the steering mechanism would no longer operate as intended. Because inner and outer tie rods play such a significant role, replacing tie rods as necessary is important for overall vehicle maintenance.
Difficult, erratic, and unexpected steering are signs that your tie rods—inner, outer, or both—might need to be replaced. One indication that your tie rods may be loose is excessive and uneven tire wear. Vibrations and clunking noises emanating from the front of your vehicle are another sign. Steering that pulls or refuses to return to center are also signals that your inner and outer tie rods should be checked and possibly replaced by a member of our service staff. Wheels out of alignment may be signs of bad inner or outer tie rods. As an outer tie rod fails, the toe changes direction and the steering begins to pull. Clicking or grinding noise under your front wheels are other signs of bad tie rods. If you experience any warning signs of a malfunctioning tie rod, give us a call or contact us online, and allow our service staff to determine if your steering system requires tie rod replacements.
We proudly service the Inner Tie Rod & Outer Tie Rod Replacement needs of customers in Woburn, MA, Boston, MA, Eastern MA, and surrounding areas.
Areas Served :
Woburn, MA | Boston, MA | Eastern MA | and surrounding areas
Hogan Tire was founded in 1915, just as the automobile was born. With thousands of tires in each location, state of the art equipment, and certified tire technicians, we are committed to continue our tradition of providing truly superior products, service, and value. Carrying the latest in name brands like MICHELIN® tires, we're sure to have the perfect set of tires for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any assistance you may need. We’re here to help!
Ed, Tom, and Bill Hogan
North Beverly, MA