is there away to find online the specs on moog TRE's?

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  1. 55Willy

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    I have two numbers but I'm trying to find what thread and pitch they are.


    ES62L
    ES140R

    they want $260 for the kit and if I can find the thread I can just get some DOM and some weld in bungs.
     
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    I can look up specs for you tomorrow if that will do you any good.
     
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    sure any help will work, Jeep is stuck at work til i can fix the track bar and steering links.
    track bar and pitman joint both have over an 1" of play.
     
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    tre and dle are normally 7/8 18, there are a few places that sell inserts or you can get the taps for under 100
     
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    they are listed as a 71 cj series tre. i'm guessing either 7/8 or 3/4....
     
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    Couldnt find anything, you have to be a FMeConnect. Best bet is to go to the local parts store and have them call Moog, or if they are good they will have a catalog with the specs.
     
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    I know the MOOG TRE's on my burb are 1"-12
     
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    I have 1" and 7/8" on the burb but these are a jeep...
    my stock cherokee ones are actually metric but these are the left and right replacements to get rid of the "Y" steering and goes to a regular tieroad and drag link set ups.
     
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    Jeremy, post up over at Raven, there is a lot of jeeps over there that would know
     
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    after what seams like 100 sites it is 11/16"- 18 thread... hard to find threaded inserts for that.
     
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    I just took a look in the moog book and verified what you already found out. They are 11/16" x 18. If you need any other specifics about them let me know and i can get it for you.
     
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    does your source list the taper? I want to make sure the 2222L (or 2221, 2323) have the same taper as the es140 and the es62.
     
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    Pretty rare that the book will list the actual taper. What's more common is that it will list the min & max diameters of the taper, and if you're lucky it'll list the distance btwn them.
     
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    i think those are three of the measurements in the book. This is one of the VERY few moments I wish I was still behind the counter
     
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    Your right .687-18 thread. If you need the whole spec page I can make a copy and post it or email it to you tomorrow.
     
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    Ok, i did a little research for you.

    The ES62L is an 11/16" x 18 left hand thread and has a small diameter taper of .543", a large diameter taper of .626", with .600" distance between the tapers and the TRE is 3.220" in length.

    The ES2222L is an M20-1.5 left hand threads and has a small diameter taper of .554", a large diameter taper of .626", with .550" between the tapers and the TRE is 4.33" in length.

    The ES2221L is an 11/16" x 18 left hand thread and has a small diameter taper of .543", a large diameter taper of .626", with .660" between the tapers and the TRE is 4.410" in length.

    The ES2323S is a sleeve with M22-1.5 left hand threads and is 4.500" in length.
     
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    thanks man, the odd ball ones were off a wrangle I was looking at that has the right style of steering i was looking at doing on my cherokee. looks like cj ends and some sleeved tube.
     

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