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    Okay, lame title, please forgive me for that...

    I currently have the WJ knuckles on my RubiD44. I went with the import knuckle to do a high-steer using invert-t setup. Bad idea for a daily driver which could have been avoided had I done a little more research.

    I recently changed to a cross-over setup re-using my orginal TREs on the tierod (ES2233L & ES2234R). Nothing wrong with the ES2233L but I no longer need it because the drag link is no longer attached to it. I am thinking of replacing using ES2010 L & R as everything seems to match except for the amount of thread. I got my data from :

    http://www.partsmikeparts.com/tre_comparison.htm

    I am having a new tie-rod cut so the difference in length between my current TREs and any others are not an issue.

    Any other good candidates out there?

    Thanks,
    Last edited by nagal; 06-17-05, 09:46 AM.
    Michael

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    Originally posted by nagal
    Okay, lame title, please forgive me for that...

    I currently have the WJ knuckles on my RubiD44. I went with the import knuckle to do a high-steer using invert-t setup. Bad idea for a daily driver which could have been avoided had I done a little more research.

    I recently changed to a cross-over setup re-using my orginal TREs on the tierod (ES2233L & ES2234R). Nothing wrong with the ES2233L but I no longer need it because the drag link is no longer attached to it. I am thinking of replacing using ES2010 L & R as everything seems to match except for the amount of thread. I got my data from :

    http://www.partsmikeparts.com/tre_comparison.htm

    I am having a new tie-rod cut so the difference in length between my current TREs and any others are not an issue.

    Any other good candidates out there?

    Thanks,
    Use Moog ES194 R & L for your knuckle to knuckle tie rod. Similar taper, 7/8-18 right and left hand thread. Jam nuts and weld in bungs are available from Dave at PolyPerformance. I have a set of right and left taps to chase the threads after welding.

    These are the same TRE's that Dynatrac uses for their front 60's.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by mrblaine
      Use Moog ES194 R & L for your knuckle to knuckle tie rod. Similar taper, 7/8-18 right and left hand thread. Jam nuts and weld in bungs are available from Dave at PolyPerformance. I have a set of right and left taps to chase the threads after welding.

      These are the same TRE's that Dynatrac uses for their front 60's.
      Thanks Blaine I will give those a try as they sound better than the ES2010
      Michael

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