11/16 Inch Tube to 5/8 Inch Rod End Conversion Kit
Universal Fit, RH/LH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Steel, Natural
- Includes 11/16"-18 (1) RH and (1) LH thread heims (2 total)
- Accept a 5/8" thru-bolt
- Premium steel construction for superior strength and durability
- Includes (1) LH and (1) RH Jam Nuts for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis
- Jam nuts feature a clear zinc finish for rust and corrosion prevention
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Every once in a while someone wants to use a rod end in place of an 11/16" tie rod. We listened to the requests and built this kit, which allows you to screw a rod end into your 11/16"-18 RH and LH thread tie rod tubes. These rod ends accept a 5/8" thru-bolt.
- 11/16"-18 RH and LH heim joint rod ends
- Center of hole to end of threads 2-5/8"
- Thread length is 1-1/2"
- 11/16"-18 RH and LH jam nuts
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Standard Steel RH Heim Joint Rod Ends, 11/16-18 Shank, 5/8 HolePart # 1750128Qty x 1
Speedway Plain Steel Jam Nut, 11/16-18 RHPart # 91001249Qty x 1
Standard Steel LH Heim Joint Rod Ends, 11/16-18 Shank, 5/8 HolePart # 1750328Qty x 1
Speedway Plain Steel Jam Nut, 11/16-18 LHPart # 91001449Qty x 1
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