Aluminum Tie Rod Sleeve, 3/4 Inch Thread
Universal Fit, 1.000" Tube O.D., 3/4"-16 RH/LH Thread Pitch, 10" Overall Length, Aluminum, Gold
- Features a 6061-T6 aluminum construction
- Has a 1" O.D. and 3/4" RH and LH threads
- All tubes have wrench flats for better grip
- Bright gold anodized finish is added as an extra layer of protection
- Available in 1" increments from 8" to 27"
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Each 3/4" Tie Rod Sleeve is made out of 6061-T6 aluminum. 1" O.D. 3/4" RH and LH threads. All tubes have wrench flats and are bright gold anodized. Available in 1" increments from 8" to 27". Sold each.
Tech Tip: When assembling a tube, each heim end adds approximately 2" to the overall length (assuming the heim is screwed into the tube half way.) If you have a heim on each end of the tube, the working length from eye to eye will be approximately 4" longer overall than the tube. As a rule, your tube length will need to be 4" shorter than your working eye to eye length requirement.
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