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Garage Sale - Pro-1 Series Male LH Heim Joint Rod Ends

SAME DAY SHIPPING! Most orders ship within 24 hours.

Specs
Material Type:
Chromoly
Color:
Black
Finish:
Black Oxide
Hole Diameter:
0.5000
Thread Pitch:
1/2"-20
Threads:
LH Male
Garage Sale:
Yes
Garage Sale - Pro-1 Series Male LH Heim Joint Rod Ends

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What's in the Box

These Pro-1 rod ends are general purpose, 2 piece, heavy duty rod ends. They feature a Chromoly steel body and are black oxide coated to resist corrosion. Heat treated, precision ground ball. Metal to metal contact. They will withstand a greater static load than our "standard" or "precision" rod ends.

Applications: Steering & suspension components on moderate to high horsepower applications.

ASSEMBLY TIP:
To ease assembly, be sure to run a tap or die through the threads on chrome plated fasteners and apply an anti-seize compound to prevent galling of the threads.

Pro-1 Rod Ends Chart Application (GIF)

These heims are garage sale priced because they are a little loose and can not be sold as firsts.

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS

 

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1 questions : 1 answers

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"These heims are garage sale priced because they are a little loose and can not be sold as firsts." Question; Loose as in "Undersize Threads" or Loose in ID of Hole?

LURCH
Franklin,OH,
March 10, 2012

"These heims are garage sale priced because they are a little loose and can not be sold as firsts." Question; Loose as in "Undersize Threads" or Loose in ID of Hole?

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March 12, 2012
Anonymous
The ball is loose in the socket.
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