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Old 10-23-2015, 07:06 PM   #1
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98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

I got a 98 E350 4x4 that was done by quigley and i'm just wondering if there is anyone who has FORD part number for the tie rod ends for that van.
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Old 10-24-2015, 12:34 AM   #2
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Re: 98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

Call quigley with the vin of the van and they can give it to you.
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Old 10-24-2015, 07:43 AM   #3
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Old 10-24-2015, 12:06 PM   #4
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Re: 98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

My guess they used older F-350 axels so hopefully tie rod ends from older F series truck will work I guess I will have to figure it out if I want it to be done this weekend
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Re: 98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

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My guess they used older F-350 axels so hopefully tie rod ends from older F series truck will work I guess I will have to figure it out if I want it to be done this weekend
That might get you part way there but there are Quigley only component.
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Old 10-24-2015, 06:13 PM   #6
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Re: 98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

I will have to disagree on this statement Quigley uses OEM ford parts so that being said I should be able to get ford parts with that's exactly what I did 97 F-350 Dana 60 steering components fit like a glove
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98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

Ok I just redid the noodle that was my tie rod. The driver end is a standard but the right side is a quigley only part on my 2000 and I could not believe how bad it was until the new one showed up.

Note to self don't move rocks with the front axel while stuck and turning around on the trail
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Re: 98 Quigley front axle tie rod ends

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...Note to self don't move rocks with the front axel while stuck and turning around on the trail
Turning the tires while one is against a large rock blocking a trail, is actually a great way to clear the large rock off the trail. Safe to assume use 'used' your tie rod to attempt that?


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Maybe just might have killed the stabilizer in the process
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I will have to disagree on this statement Quigley uses OEM ford parts so that being said I should be able to get ford parts with that's exactly what I did 97 F-350 Dana 60 steering components fit like a glove
The really long tie rod end that Quigley uses in your vintage conversion is not a Ford OEM part. It is a Quigley only tie rod end. It is possible that someone changed things around on your van because you should have the same experience as Gooseberry below .
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