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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 79k20350, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. 79k20350

    79k20350 3/4 ton status

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    i got a used ord crossover drag link w/ very new ends. the only problem is the boot are torn. can i replace just the boots? any part numebrs? one more thing. ord use tre for there drag links right? or do the use dre for there tie rods? Thanks guys!
     
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    anyone?
     
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    i think IIRC if you go to advance auto or auto zone they have one of those bins with boots you can pick though and find some,
    but again i cant remember for sure


    LUKE
     
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    hmm never seen a bin like that:confused:and i do have to stop there quite often:doah:
     
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    I think from the post i made to ORD that they are actually TRE's. They are an ES2010R and a ES2010L, i just bought a new pair for my crossover yesterday. I'm not sure where you can buy just the boots but i do know you can get them and i think they are made of urethane and not rubber.
     
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    Autozone has them in the help section made from rubber.Also you can find poly.ones but im not sure if you have to buy a whole kit.
     
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    thanks guys!
     
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    hey i know this isn`t under the topic fully but could replacing the draglink cause the front end to be stiffer? wat could a squeaky type noise be from when i push on brake pedal and sometime a grinding or hissing noise when i accelerate a little? also i am having probs with my alternator. mine was making the noise that a bearin makes when it is worn and when i bought a reman alt it did the same noise so i got another reman and it did the same thing??? it has gone away but still does once in a great while. any idea??? info would be greatly appreciated
     

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