Here's my Beck Arnley right outer tie rod that didn't quite make it a year on our 2011 Sienna. It has less than 15,000 easy miles. It manifested as a death wobble and you can see the socket failed in the picture. The play is enormous. I've noticed this past year that a lot of aftermarket parts manufacturers of which I've previously had no problems with seem to be producing garbage. I had to return two two Monroe quick struts because the springs weren't seated and also a lower control arm that had an improperly pressed bushing. So that leaves Toyota OEM. I do believe that you get what you pay for but the OEM prices make it ridiculous to take on a large project like rebuilding a suspension on an older car. It seems that between high priced used parts and designed obsolescence the consumer takes it in the shorts.