The terminology for the Jeep's steering parts has changed over the years.
At one time every part of it was a "tie rod" this or a "tie rod" that. Around
1997 the part from the pitman arm to the passenger knuckle began to be
called a "drag link" and the straight portion to the driver's side is just the
"tie rod". Some vendors use the new terminology, some do not. It is best
to start from the Mopar diagrams and part numbers.
Here are the Mopar p/ns and the corresponding Moog part numbers
for the stock XJ tie rod setup.
These are components for the drag link
which goes from the pitman
arm to the passenger side wheel and has 22mm threads throughout :
5200-6592 drag link socket at pass. side knuckle (RH threads )>> Moog DS1238
5200-5742 drag link adjustment tube
5200-5739 socket at pitman arm (LH threads) >>>>> Moog ES3096L
This is for the straight tie rod
which goes from the drag link to the driver's
side wheel and has smaller 11/16" - 18 threads throughout:
5200-5741 tie rod outer socket at driver's side knuckle LH threads >>>> Moog ES3094L
5200-5743 tie rod adjustment tube
5200-5740 tie rod inner socket (attaches to drag link) RH threads>>>> Moog ES3095R
Why RH and LH threads?
The tubes are threaded RH and LH on each end so they can be
used as adjusters. When the ends and tube are mounted on
the Jeep and the clamps on the tube are loosened, you can then
turn the tube one way and the total distance from end-to-end will
shorten. Turning the tube the other way will lengthen the distance.
The tie rod adjuster tube is used to adjust toe-in
when doing an alignment.
The drag link adjuster tube is used to adjust steering wheel position
I would suggest you download the Mopar Parts Catalog for your 94 XJ from this
site (for free). You'll want the file called 1994-1996 PDF (47,851 KB)
It has diagrams and p/ns for just about everything on your Jeep.
The Mopar info above came from Figure 19-420 in it.