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Lisle 45750 Inner Tie Rod Tool

4.6 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews
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  • Utilizes five crows feet to engage the wrench flats
  • Inner tie rod can be removed and installed without removing the rack
  • Works on rounded sockets ends that prevent access to the wrench flats
  • Utilizes six cros feet sizes 1-1/2" 1-3/16" 1-5/16" 1-7/16" and 33.6mm
  • Includes 1-1/2in crowfoot for use on Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon
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Technical Details

Brand Lisle
Item Weight 3 pounds
Product Dimensions 16.3 x 6.1 x 2.3 inches
Item model number 45750
Manufacturer Part Number 45750
OEM Part Number 45750

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ASIN B0002SRGFW
Customer Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #19,282 in Automotive (See top 100)
#12 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Steering & Suspension Tools > Ball Joint & Tie Rod Tools
Shipping Weight 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 7, 2004

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Product Description

Lisle inner tie rod tool works on tie rods with inaccessible flats. Many inner tie rod end sockets do not have a complete hex on the full length of the socket. The rounded socket ends prevent access to the wrench flats. This tool utilizes five crows feet, to engage the wrench flats. Long socket slips over the tie rod end and connects to the crows foot. The inner tie rod can be removed and installed without removing the rack.

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By W. Krsul on November 18, 2009
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Two different local mechanics quoted me over $500 to change a single rusted tie rod in a 2000 Honda Civic. One of them tried to convince me that it was a very difficult repair, and even implied that I would have to remove the steering rack. WTF??? Anyway, after a bit of research, I decided to attempt the repair myself. I'm not a pro mechanic, and it was my first attempt at a tie rod replacement, but with the this tool, it was actually a fairly simple job that took less than 2 hours. Even with the cost of the tool, the tie rods, and my personal 'shop rate', I figure that I saved about $250.
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Having the right tool for the job makes all the difference. Inner tie rods are easy to install and straight forward. You simply identify the wrench flat you need, place it on the inner tie rod, slide the tool on and close the band to lock it in and your ready to loosen or tighten. I didn't like the quality of the band though, mine was a little too loose and may not hold up long term. Lisle make allot of specialty tools and is a name you can count on. This is a solid investment if your beginning in the mechanical field or will replace several tie rods to justify the expense.
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This was a great buy. The build quality of the tool is excellent - the Lisle tool is made in Clarinda, Iowa. The mechanism for retaining the sockets works very well, and the slots on the socket fit the tie rod snug - not too tight, not too loose. The tool accepts a 1/2" socket drive. The only tool I found that was comparable in price was from Harbor Freight. The Lisle has no compromises in quality - this is a tool made for a full time mechanic at a very good price on amazon.com.
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The Lisle Inner Tie Rod Tool worked great on my 1999 Volvo S80. It would have been an impossible job without it. I replaced the inner and outer tie rods on both sides without any problems. The Volvo's tie rods should be good-to-go for another 125K miles :-). Well worth the purchase price, particularly if you consider that our local shop (i.e. that are great mechanics) wanted $225.00 just to replace the outer tie rod on one side and the Volvo dealer wanted more. I replaced all four tie rods (i.e. inner and outer on both sides) for less that $225.00 including the Tool. This is a must have tool and made this job very easy. BTW - There are a lot of good videos on YouTube showing how to do this job. I'm not a mechanic, so the videos really helped. I'm sure that I will be using our local mechanics for other jobs, but this is a job that you can do yourself in about an hour (two max) if you are somewhat handy. P.S. Don't forget to get your wheels realigned, after completing the tie rod installation, at a local tire shop. Then, all should work great!
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Lisle tools are sold off of the tool trucks, but at full price plus.
This is the same Lisle quality tool, but much more affordable.
Shrink wrapped to a card - no storage case.
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I wish the tool was about an inch longer. For a 1995 VW Jetta, with the tie rod inserted, I can't clip the wrench part in place because the tool is about a quarter inch too short. It's still usable but the wrench part won't clip in place so there's a lot more fumbling around.
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I bought this to do the tie rods on my 2001 Ford Taurus. This made my life so much easier, just put on the backing, slide on the tool, and a quick bump from an impact wrench or a breaker bar is well worth not removing the rack. Don't use the impact wrench to install the new one, just use your torque wrench.

It's like hitting the easy button...
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I was a little skeptical when I ordered this tool because I didn't know if I REALLY needed it. When I received it, I was a little surprised at how big it was. It reminded me of a 4 or 6 cell Mag Lite flashlight but a little bigger round. Once I got to the point of taking the inner tie rod off my '99 Nissan Altima, I immediately knew I was going to need this tool. There was no room whatsoever for an ordinary wrench. I found the correct crow's foot (included) that fit my tie rod, slid the tool on and locked it in place, then used a 1/2" ratchet to take off the first one. Then on the second one I used my new Ingersoll-Rand 2135QTIMAX 1/2-Inch Titanium Duty Impact Wrench. Both methods worked equally well and I couldn't have removed or put them back on without this tool. This is one of those tools that I won't use often, but will quickly become a hero to someone that doesn't own this gem.
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