Tie Rod End

The tie rod ends are the parts that transmit the movement to the wheels when you turn the steering wheel. Tie rod head consists of joint and body. In agricultural vehicles, rod ends are evaluated in two classes as female rod ends and male rod ends.

Axial Joint

It is the connector that transmits the movement given from the steering wheel to the tie rod end, which enables the wheels to rotate with respect to the vertical axis. The tie rod that transmits the force coming from the steering valve should be at an oscillating angle to ensure maximum rotational movement of the wheels.

Tie Rod Assembly

The moment created by the driver to the steering wheel is transmitted with the help of gears. The motion transmitted to the pump by the steering valve transfers to the wheel carrier and the axle arm via the steering cylinder tie rod.