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Need Tie Rod

I recently bought a 2005 gto. Upon gettin an inspection for it i found out it needed a new outer tie rod end. Unfortunately I have not been able to locate it. I checked a post that had a link in it for the part but i cannot locate it . Can anyone help
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GM Parts House has OEM ones. I belive that Pedders sells them as well.

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