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Hello I am working on an old Case front loader tie rods are shot parts are not available for this machine anyone know of a place that would remanufacture the old ones. I know this is way off topic but I figured with all the knowledge here some one may know of a place. Thanks 
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Seems like there should be a better place to ask, but here it goes: How about a blacksmith?
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I have asked in a few places I just thought I would try here but thanks for your feedback 
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Maybe these folks could help?https://www.moog-suspension-parts.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxLLtkLrU7gIVksDACh2zWg_IEAMYAiAAEgK6TPD_BwE


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You might try a tractor wrecking yard.  Here’s a link to one that’s close to me.
http://www.gaptractor.com/
 


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Don’t know what part of the country you’re in, but Wengers of Myerstown PA has a couple of fields full of old equipment. 800-552-5080

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I'm not familiar with Case, I have Massey Ferguson.  Are the ends threaded into or onto the tie rods themselves?  I have an old NAPA chassis book that lists them by thread sizes, perhaps a truck or passenger end will fit.  I would think Case would use an existing tie rod end rather than engineer a special one.

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I agree with John, it's probably an off the shelf part they used given the relatively low production numbers.  You don't say what model you have, old like a Model D or semi-old like a 530.  For a 530 you might be able to use parts off a 580 with a little modification.  You could always have a machine shop modify something close.  For a pretty exact replacement you could contact Rare Parts in Stockton, CA.  I had the opportunity to tour their facility q couple of years ago and they seem to be able to replicate most steering linkage parts, though I'm sure it comes at a price.
Best Custom Car & Truck Steering & Suspension Parts | RareParts.com

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I am helping a friend the machine is buried in snow right now,the joints are on a hydraulic piston assembly that controls steering . I want to thank everyone for the constructive answers you gives me . We were thinking we could have the unit rebuilt and have new joints installed on the ends. It’s on hold until the snow melts. Thank again


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