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Dana 60 Tie Rod

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by K30CJ, Apr 11, 2004.

  1. K30CJ

    K30CJ 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone have a good Dana 60 tie rod? The end that does not have the threaded end that you can replace is loose on my crew cab. Maybe someone has removed a good one to change to high steer or hydraulic? I'll check Monday what a new one costs, but thought I'd check here too.
     
  2. Eric M.

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    I pulled my tie rods and sleeve off about a week ago. I'm not sure how good any of it is. Which part are you looking for? Drivers side tie rod (long with hole for stabilizer), passenger side tie rod (short) or sleeve? Both tie rod ends are threaded, they fit into the sleeve.

    Eric M.
     
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    If I were you I'd throw it away and buy a rock rod or something. They're cheap and have replacable ends.
     
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    Sent you a PM.
     
  5. K30CJ

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    [ QUOTE ]
    I pulled my tie rods and sleeve off about a week ago. I'm not sure how good any of it is. Which part are you looking for? Drivers side tie rod (long with hole for stabilizer), passenger side tie rod (short) or sleeve? Both tie rod ends are threaded, they fit into the sleeve.

    Eric M.

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    The driver's side, long end with hole for stabilizer. The rod end is worn and loose.
     

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