Golf carts make volunteering easy. However, when parts like the Yamaha Inner Tie Rod for the G22 give up the ghost, you can get left high and dry. Yet, we all love to help when we can. Lending a hand to benefit others does wonders for your mental state. Even if it is just your kid's sports game and you are bringing the drinks and snacks.When a steering component like the Yamaha tie rod bends or brakes, it limits your steering significantly. Plus, it can cause camber and toe issues with your tires and wheels. This will cause premature and accelerated wear. Replacing just this golf cart part is a lot easier and cheaper than a whole new set of rubber.To jack up your caddie, even if it's just to replace simple Yamaha G22 parts like the inner tie rod, you need to be cautious. Have a buddy there to help and use jack stands for safety. There is nothing worse than hoping to get your carriage repaired just to wind up breaking something else.When you are having issues with steering components, like the tie rods, make sure that you are not missing something else that could be contributing to the problem. Generally, things like this will wear out simultaneously with other items. Check the outers and all of the ball joints; anything that is sloppy or bent needs to get replaced.This golf cart tie rod is not a Yamaha OEM item, which is a good thing. Have have ever tried to buy directly from the factory? Well, we are sorry you had to give up you're firstborn to get your golf cart running. However, if you shop with Buggies Unlimited, you may save enough to keep your kids and even send them to college.