BMW E9X/E8X/F2X/F3X/F8X Front Tie Rod Ends (TRE) allow the tie rod end pivot to be relocated, which will correct bump steer resulting from modified caster or lower arm geometry, thus reducing lap times. On cars that are lowered significantly, relocating the pivot point will also keep the tie rod end from binding, thereby preventing the inner tie rods from breaking or bending when racing.
Sold as a pair.
Made in the USA!
From full racing to high performance street applications, our suspension products provide adjustability and increased performance for custom alignment needs. The highest quality construction and innovative features are the reasons why our products are not only chosen by the top race teams, but also by consumers demanding the best alignment products for their high performance street cars. USA sourced materials with certification ensure our products are built with the best materials, CNC machining by local machine shops with years of high tech machining experience, to meet our exacting tolerances. TIG welding is performed by local professional welders with years of experience, to ensure the highest quality welds for maximum strength. All parts are hand fitted to ensure good fit and smooth threading. Anti-seize and 3M internal panel coating applied where necessary for protection.
SPL Parts designs and builds top shelf suspension components for street and track cars including Nissan, Infiniti, Scion, Subaru, Porsche and more.
+ In-house research and development. We design and use the products, we can provide total support to our customers.
+ Spherical bearings with Teflon liners, are self cleaning and self lubricating, providing high performance and long life.
+ Innovative adjuster design, quicker alignments and proper bearing centering.
+ Made with pride in USA by skilled machinists/welders
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