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Club Car DS Left-Threaded Tie Rod End (Fits 1976-2008)

Buggies Unlimited; 252;
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Product Details

This Buggies Unlimited OEM replacement part has been developed to meet or even exceed the manufacturer's original equipment specifications.


  • Left-Thread Tie Rod End. Also functions as the steering ball joint end.
  • Fits 1976 & 2008 Club Car DS gas and electric models
  • Replaces Club Car OEM Number(s): 1011895
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Power (Gas or Electric)
Club Car

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Hello I installed one of the mad Jax 6” lift kits. The tie rod for wheel adjustment seems too short to align the wheels strait. Do you sell one that’s 1.5” longer.?
Vince on Jun 24, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I also have the Jake's 6 inch lift on mine and it worked great.
does it take 2 bushings per side?
mark m on Oct 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: No sure what you are referring to. There are two front tie rod ends a left thread and a right tread that connect to a female threaded shaft. The rack and pinion on the DS is attached to the chassis and has a tie rod end on one side that goes to the passenger side next to the other tie rod end. I am not sure if that is a left hand tread, need to ask. Right hand is like a normal bolt so if the nut turns left to right to tighten (goes in toward the joint) its a right hand thread.

Before you take any thing off, carefully measure the length from the right tie rod end grease nipple to the left end grease nipple and record that to the closes 1/16 inch or better. On reassemble match this same length to avoid having to do a toe in alignment. If replacing the rack tie rod, accurately measure the number to turns it took to unscrew it from the connecting rod and replace the tie rod end to the same number to turn. Its not that critical but you want the rack centered when the cart it traveling in a straight line.

Regarding bushings those are on the leaf springs and the control arms. All the front ones are the same size from what I remember. Each point has a set of two. One set is on the bottom between the leaf spring and the bottom of the spindle/Wheel bearing assembly and the other set is on the top control arm to the top of the spindle/wheel bearing assembly. The are made of hard plastic and easy to install once the bolts are removed. The inside has a tube the goes inside the bushings that the bold slides into. The rear suspension also uses these same plastic bushings but has one set in the front to the chassis and two sets to the rear leaf spring to chassis BTW.

would this fits a 2001 ezgo txt driver side? . I removed the one in the cart and it looks the same.
libreta on Nov 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Best to call the buggies unlimited
im talking about the front end repair kit the y pieces do they take 2 bushings per side upper and lower?
mark m on Oct 22, 2019

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September 18, 2019
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Just making my old CC safer. Great parts. Perfect fit
September 2, 2019
over 3 years ago
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Perfect fit!!!
August 9, 2019
6 months ago
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New Tie Rod Ends Replaced On 1993 Club Car DS Gas
Just replaced the tie rod ends on my 1993 DS. They were delivered quickly and installed quickly. One note, they no longer have grease fittings but now have a self contained rubber grease body. I called the tech service to establish how far the slotted castle nut should be tightened as the rubber grease body starts to pancake. He advised you only need to get to a point where the hole for the cotter pin is exposed. Looks like a nice improvement to the tie rod ends! A definite 5 star rating.
July 3, 2019
7 months ago
My only problem is that the part does not have a grease fitting!
June 20, 2019
7 months ago
If you haven't tried them ,please give them a try you will be more than satisfied.
I am enjoying it very much,every part that I have ever purchase from you'll fits an works perfect.
June 20, 2019
8 months ago
Looks like it was put together very well, the quality is there with appearance.
Very good for the money,
Very tight fit no play, very pleased.
Very tight fit no play, very pleased.
May 31, 2019
8 months ago
Tie Rod End
Very easy to install and adjust. Not known why there is no grease fitting.
April 10, 2019
10 months ago
not on my 1989 club car
252 or 251 will not fit the steering gear box drag link
March 3, 2019
Response from Buggies Unlimited
Thank you for your review. If you are not completely satisfied with your order when it arrives, we'll refund your money or exchange your item within 30 days of purchase. All items require a Return Authorization Number (Provided by a Customer Service Representative) and must be in like-new condition in their original packaging for the return process to be completed.
March 4, 2019
Carla F Staff