721KFR1611 K Series Rod End, Carbon Steel, Female 1"-14 RH, 3-Pc
Universal Fit, RH Female Thread Type, Female Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Steel, Natural
The traditional three-piece carbon steel female rod end is defined as QA1's KF Series rod ends. Available in right and left hand threads and in inch dimensions, these truly are precision rod ends.
- 52100 Bearing Steel
- Heat Treated
- Hard Chrome Plated
- Precision Ground
- Alloy Steel
- Corrosion and Wear Resistant
- Carbon Steel
- Protective Coated for Corrosion Resistance
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