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tierod end with hole for draglink

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by anteek, Nov 1, 2012.

  1. anteek
    Joined: Feb 27, 2009
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    I just spent an hour on a search and struck out. What is the application of the RIGHT side tierod end that also has a tapered hole for the draglink? Speedway sells it but napa does if I can find the application. Any help so I can work on the project this weekend?
     
  2. Ford Bronco. The Wizzard
     
  3. i always thought it was from a Rambler
     
  4. 40FordGuy
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    Were those also used when a steering damper (aka steering shock) was installed? I'm thinking possibly Jeep applications ?

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  5. racemad55
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    I'm thinking jeep also, I think pete & jakes sold them at one time.
     
  6. enjenjo
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    from swanton oh

    Manufacturer Part No: J0640178
    53 to 75 CJ5

    You have to reverse the taper to use with a drag link. The one Speedway sells has a taper on both sides.
     

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  7. The Ford Bronco one don't need the taper changed.
     
  8. F&J
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    Do you know if the tie-rod thread size, and taper size is the same as the early Ford stuff like 40's Ford parts?
     
  9. anteek
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    The CJ5 one is the one I've used. Anyone have a parts store number;like a MOOG#?
     
  10. Yes it is. The Wizzard
     

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