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Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread

Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread

Micro Sprint, Mini Sprint, Quarter Midget, 0.750" Tube O.D., 3/8"-24 RH/LH Thread Pitch, Black

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Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
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Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
Stallard® Swedged 3/4 Inch Black Aluminum Radius Rod, 3/8-24 Thread
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  • Made using 3/4" OD x .120" wall thickness round 6061-T6 and anodized black for a blacked out look
  • 3/8"-24 internal threads with RH thread in one end and LH in the other allows for length adjustment by spinning the tube
  • Useful for shifter linkage, spoiler supports, splitter supports, etc. in full size cars
  • Also used for steering linkage and suspension components on smaller vehicles such as Karts, Quarter Midgets, or Mini-Sprints
  • Available in 14", 14.5", 14.75", 15", 15.5", 16", 17", 18", 22" or 31" lengths

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Tube O.D.:
0.750"
Thread Pitch:
3/8"-24 RH/LH
Overall Length:
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
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Color:
Black
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These swedged aluminum radius rods are 3/4" x .120 OD. These radius rods are tapped RH & LH for 3/8"-24 thread rod ends and feature a black finish.

  • Choose 14", 14.5", 14.75", 15", 15.5", 16", 17", 18", 22" or 31" length
  • 3/4" x .120 OD
  • 3/8"-24 thread
  • Aluminum
  • Black finish
  • Sold each

Application

Tech Tip: When assembling a tube, each heim end adds approximately 1.5" to the overall length (if the heim is screwed halfway into the tube). If you have a heim on each end of the tube, the tube will be approximately three inches longer overall.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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