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TRE's

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by Muddytazz, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. Muddytazz

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    TRE\'s

    Stock TRe's are dropped/raised (whichever you call it). Do they make the 1" thread shanked TRE's of the same dropped/raised nature?
     
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    Re: TRE\'s

    es2064L and es2011R are supposedly 1"x18TPI
     
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    Re: TRE\'s

    Yes, i have those, they are a straight TRE, I was wondering if they make the same 1" shanked TRE where it drops like on the stock ones.
     
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    Re: TRE\'s

    Are you talking about the drop like the early D44 stuff? I don't know of any other ends that have that, in either 7/8 or 1". Why a 1" thread specifically? Do you have a tierod already built?

    If you need the clearance, you may be able to go to a heim, that's what I did with my D44 knuckles on my 10 bolt.
     
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    I don't know if I've got clearance problems yet as my axles are still in the barn half disassembled. I got my rock rod from Sky and he used the 1" thread. The ones he sent with the rod are the straight ones. I guess I'm just trying to see if there is anything out there before I get started for just in case /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
     

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