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Where are you guys getting these TRE's for crossover????

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Flexy K20, Apr 3, 2003.

  1. Flexy K20

    Flexy K20 1/2 ton status

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    Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    I went to the auto parts store today to look up some TRE and all they have are the "outter" ones for a Chevy 1 ton, and NO left hand threaded ones. What vehicle are you ordering them for? Thanks
    -fLeXy K20
     
  2. Waxer

    Waxer 1/2 ton status Author

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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    Don't quote vehicles.. Just give them the part numbers for the ends.

    The 2 TRE's that are mostly used are ES2010L and ES2234R
     
  3. Flexy K20

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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    Whose part numbers are these? MOOG? I am trying to get this all figured out because I cant decide wether to go with Heims, or TRE's. Later
    -fLeXy K20
     
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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    These are fairly universal number that can be crossed but i know for a fact that they are exact McQuayNorris Part numbers...availible at Autozone.
    The right hand thread is $24 or so and it's an instock item..just tell them the number and say go get it.
    The left hand needs to special orderd from them and runs about $40. Takes about 2 days to get in.
    These are quality parts and i will vouch for them, as probably most here would.
    Blake
     
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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    Actually every Autozone is different. Some will have them both in stock like mine did, or some will need to be ordered. It just depends on the store really. They should have them stocked tho.
     
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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    If you get them at Autozone, they usually want to know the vehicle so they can put you down for a lifetime warranty.
    The 2010L is from a 91 Dodge 3/4 ton pickup.
    The 2234R is from an 85 blazer.

    I run those TREs on both a tie rod and my drag link - and I used those two imaginary vehicles so I could have lifetime warranties on them. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif
    Just a note - the 2234R is common and they will have it in stock. They probabably will not have the 2010L in stock and have to order it - it took them exactly one day both times to get it.
    -- Mike
     
  7. Flexy K20

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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    I dont have an Autozone around here, but I have Kragens, Kohlweiss (my friends Dad owns /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif) and a few others. Will they be able to find it under this part number?Thanks
    -fLeXy K20
     
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    Re: Where are you guys getting these TRE\'s for crossover????

    Yes, they can find it by those part numbers - they are McQuay-Norris (sic?)
    Or, you can look them up by application.
    -- Mike
     

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