Have you ever had to replace tie rod ends on your tractor?

The main inspection for tractors is usually carried out in the winter months. Tie rod ends are often on the list of components that need to be replaced, as there is usually no possibility of lubrication here. They are therefore subject to high wear.

My tip: Take a syringe with a needle and fill the syringe with oil. Use the needle to pierce the rubber sleeve of the ball head and inject the oil into the joint. This will significantly extend the replacement interval.