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Dana 44 TRE's?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by zcarczar, Jan 7, 2004.

  1. zcarczar

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    Dana 44 TRE\'s?

    Does anybody happen to have the part # for the Dana 44 drop TRE's? I cant run a 10 bolt tie rod because it hits my springs and I thought the Dana 44's had the special drop TRE's to clear the springs.

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    Re: Dana 44 TRE\'s?

    They do, but one side is part of the entire tie rod itself. Where the other side uses a connecting sleeve.

    I however do not know the part number. A quick search on autozone.com or other with the right vehicle will get you the numbers you need.
     
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    Re: Dana 44 TRE\'s?

    Both my 74 and 75 D44's have that dropped TRE that your needing, and he's right, the one side IS part of the actual tie rod. So do a search on one of those 2(there are probably a few more, but those 2 I do know have what you need /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     
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    Re: Dana 44 TRE\'s?

    Try this number ES375R.
     
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    Re: Dana 44 TRE\'s?

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    They do, but one side is part of the entire tie rod itself. Where the other side uses a connecting sleeve.

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    That is the 73 to 76 style. If you want to make a heavy duty tie rod, use the 68-72 style TREs. Both are short yet each have either LH and Rh threads. Sorry, I don't have any part numbers.
     
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    Re: Dana 44 TRE\'s?

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    If you want to make a heavy duty tie rod, use the 68-72 style TREs. Both are short yet each have either LH and Rh threads. Sorry, I don't have any part numbers.

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    The Perfect Circle part numbers are ES375L(Left) and ES375R(Right). I think Moog uses the same numbers. /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif

    I think I paid about $35 each for the Perfect Circles for my tie rod. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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