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#501184 - 31/07/09 04:06 PM Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS
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Anyone remember off hand what tie rod end the Calmini SAS uses to tie to the pitman arm?
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#501185 - 01/08/09 08:55 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: XOC]
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Anyone.. anyone..

I thought it was the 1ton Chevy truck but got one and that thing is way longer than what I have on there.
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#501186 - 02/08/09 04:25 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: XOC]
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A 2wd Chevy 3/4 ton rod end I do believe. I'll look it up when we get back from Evergreen this evening. Got a convertible beetle that's itching to go into the mountains.
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#501187 - 02/08/09 06:06 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: XOC]
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The part number is an ES2223R with the stock nissan pitman. OEM on Jeep CJ's: Tie rod to pitman arm.
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#501188 - 02/08/09 06:10 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: Xtoolbox]
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Thanks Brian
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#501189 - 02/08/09 08:35 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: XOC]
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Um, actually it's a ES409R from a '71-'86 3/4 ton 2WD Chevy truck. That's according to Calmini's website.
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#501190 - 02/08/09 08:53 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: Cyclemut]
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not sure where you found that Allen.. but I looked all over their site to no avail..

Interesting thing to note though.
If you look up both parts, the one that Brian gave looks just like what is on the vehicle while the one the Calmini has listed on their site it longer and I worry would make that linkage too long.

Go figure

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#501191 - 02/08/09 09:07 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: XOC]
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#501192 - 02/08/09 09:38 PM Re: Tie rod to pitman arm for the Calmini SAS [Re: Cyclemut]
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There's a taper difference on both arms. Carlton and I got her all figured out. Like Brian stated, if you use the stock Nissan pitman arm (like with the 'out of the box' Calmini SAS kit) then you have to use Brian's number.

But if you use the Calmini arm, then ream out the hole and use the 3/4 ton TRE. I used the 1 ton steering stuff with the Calmini arm to keep the stock steering ratio.
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