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How do "Iog in" to view prices or discounted prices?
Just Sign up! so you can create a password for yourself,so only you have access with your price profile
I am a Workshop/Retailer/Reseller do we get a structured discount?
Yes,there is a "Sign Up "form fill in your details and nature of your business and email it to us,we will shortly add you to our records and set you up,once logged in at the "shopping cart icon" all prices will change automatically to your discounted prices
Could I please,please get a little discount?
We can on certain items,but once you log in you qualify for a mininum 5% discount automatically and up to 20% dependimg on your total purchases as a retail customer.
There is a knocking sound in the front left or right,I don't know what it is!
Due to the poor road conditions our suspensions take alot of beating ,why not,Visit our Approved Fitment Centre,and check it out for free.
Why does my car shudders as I brake,although I have changed brake discs?
Broken or Worn out Control arm bushes could be a contributing factor,needs attention immediately.
What is the tuk...tuk...tuk... sound when I turn left or right?
That is your C.V Joints needing replacement,as soon as possible.
How can I Replace Tie Rod Ends?
Replacing tie rod ends refers to repairing an integral part of a vehicle's steering mechanism. With a few basic tools and a little bit of know-how, this is a procedure that anyone, with a little bit of automotive experience, can perform on their own. Follow these steps for how to replace tie rod ends. Identify the components for each side of the tie rod ends as these are not interchangeable,in most cases. Loosen the front tires slightly before raising the vehicle. Raise the front end with a floor jack, stabilize the vehicle with jack stands and chock the rear tires. Remove the front wheels. Remove the pinch bolts (using a spray lubricant to ease), which hold the tie rod ends to the steering column. Remove the split pin and throw it away and detach the bands that hold the dust boot on the inner tie rods.Replace dust boots if torn. Pull off the dust boot using a flathead screwdriver. Use a properly sized ratchet wrench to dislodge the nut connecting the tie rod to the wheel and rotate the nut clockwise. Use a ball joint separator tool to remove the tie rod end from the main joint of the steering assembly. Rotate the steering wheel until the wheels are facing a forward direction. Be sure to shift the boot away from the ball joint to access the inner tie rod. Label the placement of the inner tie rod end in relation to the steering column and ensure the mark is easily visible. Use a wrench to detach the inner tie rod end from the steering assembly and remove the dust boot from the tie rod. Assemble the tie rod mechanism and slide the dust boot on and attach the bolt. Put in the grease fittings, if applicable. Reference your label and use a wrench to work the replacement tie rod into place. Install the locking ring on the inner tie rod and attach the outer tie rod. Assure that the locking nut is tightened properly. Install the outer tie rod end at the wheel and ensure the bolt is properly tightened. Verify that the locking bolt and the hole for the installation of the split pin are properly aligned and replace the split pin. Repeat this process to install the tie rod ends on the other side. Remove the jack stands, lower the floor jack and have a professional Wheel Alignment Done.