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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by nvrenuf, May 20, 2005.
Does anybody know the part numbers of the replacement ends for ORD's crossover drag link?
Ok, how about this...
Does anybody know what taper is used in the holes on the ORD arm?
bump for ya. be patient the weekend brings our ck5ers out.
My 1/2 ton ORD arm uses the tie rod end reams. The right hand thread version is ES2234R. This is a stock tie rod end for the 80's style tube tie rods. I used these on both sides of my bent draglink and use one on my tierod as well.
I spent half an hour in a parts store searching through their catalog for a replacement TRE.
I have the ORD setup as well, and i'm pretty sure my rod ends are 7/8" thread, and a 5/8" tapered shank for the castle nut (fine threads).
They're usually pretty easily identified if you post pictures.
Does it use drag link ends or tie rod ends?
Some of my notes from my crossover conversion (D60) from ORD done about 2 years ago.
Pitman arm - Superlift #1104 for lifted 78 - 79 Bronco
Drag link ends -Moog 2010L & 2010R
Hope this helps,
Just to not confuse anyone the 2010L/R are TIE ROD ENDS (just being used as drag link ends in this case) off of a dodge W250/w350. The 2010R is the same as the GM 2234R that is stock on blazers (for the tierod) but the blazer TRE is a bit longer then the dodge one. The left hand version of the TRE for the GM has a hole for the steering damper in it (2233L).
Sorry I didn't post sooner but I ended up getting the info from Kyle @ NWF yesterday afternoon. He had this same info about the ES2010 numbers, Kyle is super nice and took all the time I wanted on the phone.
A BIG THANKS TO EVERYONE FOR HELPING!!
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