ES3088S was designed to channel out corrosive build up, easing installation and increasing the lifespan of the part.
Moog Problem Solver: ES3088S
The Problem: I can't adjust the tie rod stud in my GM car
Excessive corrosion is likely in a 2 year old or older GM car. If the tie rod adjusting studs are corroded, it may prevent (or hinder) you from being able to set toe and straight steering during wheel alignment. This leaves you frustrated because what you thought would be just an alignment turns into needing to change adjusting studs. DST has the relief you need: Moog Problem Solver ES3088S.
The Solution: Moog's Problem Solver: ES3088S
Moog's line of problem solver parts target factory defects or poor original design, replacing them with a better more durable part. Moog Problem Solver ES3088S will allow you to get your GM vehicle back in alignment without breaking the bank or causing any more headaches.
Clean Tie Rod Threads While Being Installed
Designed into ES3088S are threads to clean the tie rod ends as they are being installed. Moog has engineered adjusting studs that channel out corrosive build up due to the flutes at both ends. Yellow zinc dichromate coating resists corrosion so that you may have a peace of mind about the Moog Problem Solver you bought from DST!
- Inspect tie rods thoroughly and replace if necessary
- Complete cleaning of tie rod cavity may be required if corrosion build up is severe
- Use thread lubricant to ease installation