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Old 04-23-2001, 11:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the biggest TRE I can use with my stock scout knuckle? My tie rod will be 1 1/4" 4140 so I would like to have beefy TRE's on it. C'mon guy's hook me up...hehehe

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I just bought all the stuff to make them. There 3/4-16 vs the stock 5/8 NC. The Drag Link and Tie Rod will be 1.25" DOM tubing with Left and Right TREs with poly covers. 250.00 for the pair complete.



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I just bought all the stuff to make them. There 3/4-16 vs the stock 5/8 NC. The Drag Link and Tie Rod will be 1.25" DOM tubing with Left and Right TREs with poly covers. 250.00 for the pair complete.

Looks just like the ones on my GRT DOM tie-rod n' draglinks. Haven't been able to break on yet.. (but I'm still trying)


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Hey Old Scout look's good. I already have my material, but would you be so kind as to tell me what the PN for the end's are?

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Old 04-23-2001, 01:27 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Moog# ES150R and ES150L are the 3/4-16 tie rod ends.

You should be able to get them at any parts store, or here .

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Old 04-23-2001, 01:30 PM   #7 (permalink)
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The next step up would be the 7/8"-18 tie rod ends, from a Chevy. I don't know if they fit the stock taper in the scout knuckles though. The taps for them are big $$. I'm going to be making tie rod & draglink for my Scout. If you wanted to use the big GM ends I can make you a set of tubes for $100, you supply the ends.

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Old 04-23-2001, 01:35 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Moog part#'s for the 7/8-18 ends:

drivers tie rod end: ES2234R
Pass. tie rod end: ES2010L
Draglink ends: ES2026R & ES2027L

If one wanted a pass. side tie rod end with the hole in it for the draglink they would use ES2233L. This isn't necessary with a Scout axle.

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My drag link has about 1/2" slop. Makes my ass pucker about every 10 minutes when it decides to go hard left or right with out asking me first.

I was going to replace it with a used drag link off a '71 parts scout I am picking up next week.

Is this ok, or should I just park it until i can save up the $160 for a new one?

I figure the used one can get me buy until I can afford to replace it with a beefier one.
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ben, are you gonna buy the 7/8-18 L and R taps?
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<STRONG>ben, are you gonna buy the 7/8-18 L and R taps?</STRONG>
I think we are definetly getting the right hand and I think he is still considering the left hand.
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IM USING THE GM 7/8" TRE AND DRAG LINKS.....IM ORDERING MY TIE ROD FROM ROCKSTOMPER....1.5" WHATEVER LENGTH....TAPPED FOR L R THREADS.....ITS FAWKIN BEEF....CHECH IT OUT AT ROCKSTOMPER .COM
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If you guys want, I can make you tie rods and drag links tapped for the 7/8" tie rod ends and they are reasonable priced. Send me an e-mail if you are interested.
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<STRONG>IM USING THE GM 7/8" TRE AND DRAG LINKS.....IM ORDERING MY TIE ROD FROM ROCKSTOMPER....1.5" WHATEVER LENGTH....TAPPED FOR L R THREADS.....ITS FAWKIN BEEF....CHECH IT OUT AT ROCKSTOMPER .COM</STRONG>
But will they fit the stock scout knuckle taper??? I think not.
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Does anyone know what the taper for the Scout TREs are (steering knuckle)?
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<STRONG>Moog# ES150R and ES150L are the 3/4-16 tie rod ends.

You should be able to get them at any parts store, or here .
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61, these fit the factory taper, correct?

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<STRONG>I just bought all the stuff to make them. There 3/4-16 vs the stock 5/8 NC. The Drag Link and Tie Rod will be 1.25" DOM tubing with Left and Right TREs with poly covers. 250.00 for the pair complete.

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What's the wall thickness on that 1 1/4" DOM? Am I a moron and all DOM has the same wall thickness?
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Here is what I can get thru my supplyer.



OD Wall ID Type Lb/ft


1.25 0.032 1.188 DOM Mech .4036
1.25 0.035 1.180 CREW Mech .4542
1.25 0.049 1.152 DOM Mech .6285
1.25 0.049 1.152 DOM SSID .6285
1.25 0.049 1.152 DOM Gal .6285
1.25 0.049 1.152 W&D Hyd .6285
1.25 0.049 1.152 CREW Mech .6285
1.25 0.060 1.130 HREW Mech .7626
1.25 0.065 1.120 DOM Mech .8226
1.25 0.065 1.120 CDS Hyd .8226
1.25 0.065 1.120 W&D Hyd .8226
1.25 0.065 1.120 CREW Mech .8226
1.25 0.065 1.120 HREW Mech .8226
1.25 0.083 1.084 DOM Mech 1.034
1.25 0.083 1.084 W&D Hyd 1.034
1.25 0.083 1.084 HREW Mech 1.034
1.25 0.085 1.080 Welded A214 1.058
1.25 0.095 1.060 CDS Mech 1.172
1.25 0.095 1.060 Welded A214 1.295
1.25 0.095 1.060 DOM Mech 1.172
1.25 0.095 1.060 CDS Hyd 1.172
1.25 0.095 1.060 HREW Mech 1.172
1.25 0.095 1.060 W&D Hyd 1.172
1.25 0.109 1.032 DOM Mech 1.328
1.25 0.109 1.032 CDBW Mech 1.328
1.25 0.109 1.032 CDS Mech 1.328
1.25 0.109 1.032 HREW Mech 1.328
1.25 0.109 1.032 CDS Hyd 1.328
1.25 0.109 1.032 W&D Hyd 1.328
1.25 0.120 1.010 DOM Mech 1.448
1.25 0.120 1.010 CDBW Mech 1.448
1.25 0.120 1.010 CDS Hyd 1.448
1.25 0.120 1.010 HREW Mech 1.448
1.25 0.120 1.000 CDBW Mech 1.502
1.25 0.125 1.000 DOM Mech 1.502
1.25 0.125 1.000 DOM SSID 1.502
1.25 0.134 0.982 CDS Mech 1.597
1.25 0.134 0.982 CDBW Mech 1.597
1.25 0.134 0.982 W&D Hyd 1.597
1.25 0.156 0.937 CDBW Mech 1.823
1.25 0.156 0.937 DOM Mech 1.823
1.25 0.172 0.906 DOM Mech 1.980
1.25 0.180 0.890 CDBW Mech 2.057
1.25 0.185 0.880 CDBW Mech 2.104
1.25 0.188 0.875 CDS Mech 2.132
1.25 0.188 0.875 CDBW Mech 2.132
1.25 0.188 0.875 DOM Mech 2.132
1.25 0.188 0.875 CDS Hyd 2.132
1.25 0.219 0.812 CDBW Mech 2.411
1.25 0.219 0.812 DOM Mech 2.411
1.25 0.234 0.782 CDBW Mech 2.539
1.25 0.240 0.770 CDBW Mech 2.589
1.25 0.244 0.761 CDBW Mech 2.630
1.25 0.247 0.756 CDBW Mech 2.646
1.25 0.250 0.750 CDS Mech 2.670
1.25 0.250 0.750 CDBW Mech 2.670
1.25 0.250 0.750 DOM Mech 2.670
1.25 0.281 0.688 DOM Mech 2.908
1.25 0.313 0.625 CDS Mech 3.132
1.25 0.313 0.625 CDS Mech (2) 3.132
1.25 0.313 0.625 DOM Mech 3.132
1.25 0.344 0.562 DOM Mech 3.329
1.25 0.375 0.500 CDS Mech 3.504
1.25 0.438 0.375 CDS Mech 3.798
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<STRONG>61, these fit the factory taper, correct?

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Yes they should fit.
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<STRONG>Here is what I can get thru my supplyer.

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Damn, you have a cool supplier. I once asked what I could get in 1.25" tubing with a wall thicker than .250 and all I got back were confused looks.
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<STRONG>What's the wall thickness on that 1 1/4" DOM? </STRONG>
Again with this question... To use the tre's from the pic on top what is the specific size DOM did you used? (Not to sound like a jerk or anything)
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<STRONG>Again with this question... To use the tre's from the pic on top what is the specific size DOM did you used? (Not to sound like a jerk or anything)</STRONG>
I think 1.25" .281 wall would work good for that.
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<STRONG>I think 1.25" .281 wall would work good for that.</STRONG>
http://www.americanfastener.com/techref/tapdrill.htm

Yep, the tap drill for 3/4-16 is .688, so the 1.25" .281 wall would be perfect. <IMG SRC="smilies/cool.gif" border="0">
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<STRONG>Again with this question... To use the tre's from the pic on top what is the specific size DOM did you used? (Not to sound like a jerk or anything)</STRONG>
Come awn. I was trying to throw you a bone, not spoon feed ya.

The drill size for a 3/4-16 tap is 11/16"

11/16=0.685.
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