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LEMFÖRDER Tie Rods
Safely on Track

The ideal connection between steering system and steering knuckle

Optimum straight-line running of a car ensures driving comfort, controllability and reduced tire wear. To ensure that passenger cars, vans and light commercial vehicles always stay on the ideal track, high-quality LEMFÖRDER tie rods should always be used for repairs. They perfectly transfer the steering movements of the driver to the front wheels of the vehicle and enable the workshop to adjust the toe-in precisely and sensitively.

Optimum straight-line running of a car ensures driving comfort, controllability and reduced tire wear. To ensure that passenger cars, vans and light commercial vehicles always stay on the ideal track, high-quality LEMFÖRDER tie rods should always be used for repairs. They perfectly transfer the steering movements of the driver to the front wheels of the vehicle and enable the workshop to adjust the toe-in precisely and sensitively.

LEMFÖRDER tie rods for passenger cars, vans and light commercial vehicles ensure precise steering and safe handling. The forces introduced into the steering gear are transmitted via the inner axial joint through the tie rod to the outer ball joint, the tie rod end piece. A thread in the middle of the wheel allows for sensitive adjustment of both wheels.

The connections and joints of the tie rod in particular place high demands on the design. LEMFÖRDER offers a wide range of high-quality solutions, optimized for installation spaces and the materials. Know-how acquired over decades in research and development pays off, especially with LEMFÖRDER products for the aftermarket.

LEMFÖRDER tie rods for cars, vans and light commercial vehicles: OEM quality and function for the aftermarket.

LEMFÖRDER tie rods for passenger cars, vans and light commercial vehicles ensure precise steering and safe handling. The forces introduced into the steering gear are transmitted via the inner axial joint through the tie rod to the outer ball joint, the tie rod end piece. A thread in the middle of the wheel allows for sensitive adjustment of both wheels.

The connections and joints of the tie rod in particular place high demands on the design. LEMFÖRDER offers a wide range of high-quality solutions, optimized for installation spaces and the materials. Know-how acquired over decades in research and development pays off, especially with LEMFÖRDER products for the aftermarket.

LEMFÖRDER tie rods for cars, vans and light commercial vehicles: OEM quality and function for the aftermarket.

The axial joint

The steering gear-side tie rod joint is referred to as axial joint. It can transmit axial forces of up to 25 kN. The axial joint is mainly used on rack-and-pinion steering systems.Angles of up to 60° are possible here. LEMFÖRDER produces various designs of a high quality:

  • Housing with threaded pin.
  • Housing with internal thread.
  • Housing with tapped hole with vibration-damping rubber element.

The axial joint

The steering gear-side tie rod joint is referred to as axial joint. It can transmit axial forces of up to 25 kN. The axial joint is mainly used on rack-and-pinion steering systems.Angles of up to 60° are possible here. LEMFÖRDER produces various designs of a high quality:

  • Housing with threaded pin.
  • Housing with internal thread.
  • Housing with tapped hole with vibration-damping rubber element.

The tie rod end

The wheel-side angle joint transmits the radial forces from the tie rod to the steering knuckle. Complex axle configurations place high demands on the design of tie rod ends.

LEMFÖRDER offers its customers solutions optimized with regard to installation space and material. This expertise is used for the production of quality-tested spare parts.

The tie rod end

The wheel-side angle joint transmits the radial forces from the tie rod to the steering knuckle. Complex axle configurations place high demands on the design of tie rod ends.

LEMFÖRDER offers its customers solutions optimized with regard to installation space and material. This expertise is used for the production of quality-tested spare parts.

LEMFÖRDER steering levers

One component of a car's steering system is the steering lever, which experts also call a relay lever or pitman arm. The steering lever for cars, vans or light commercial vehicles is an important component for the optimum transfer of the steering motion to the wheels. LEMFÖRDER steering levers are robust and reliably manufactured, durable products.

LEMFÖRDER steering levers

One component of a car's steering system is the steering lever, which experts also call a relay lever or pitman arm. The steering lever for cars, vans or light commercial vehicles is an important component for the optimum transfer of the steering motion to the wheels. LEMFÖRDER steering levers are robust and reliably manufactured, durable products.

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