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93 tie rod trouble

Hi, ordered new inner tie rods for the 93 325I
the type advance auto gave me have a female end which the outer tie rod screws into, the inner tie rods on the 93 have a male end which the tie rods screw ON to.
I called advance and they say the 95 and newer 325's have a male end, and they have ordered them for me. Any idea why i have male ends?, anyone else encountered this before?
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