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FK Rod Ends RSMXL8 1/2 X 5/8 Inch Steel Heim
FK Rod Ends RSMXL8 1/2 X 5/8 Inch Steel Heim

FK Rod Ends RSMXL8 1/2 X 5/8 Inch Steel Heim

Universal Fit, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, 5/8"-18 Thread Pitch, Steel, Zinc Plated

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  • Has a 5/8"-18 thread pitch and a 1/2" hole
  • Features a 3 piece extra strength rod with heavy duty shank
  • Ball is made of 52100 steel, then heat treated and hard chrome plated
  • The race is heat treated steel alloy, zinc plated, and chromate treated
  • Body is made from alloy steel which is then heat treated, zinc plated, and chromate treated

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Thread Type:
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Rod End Attachment:
Male Threads/Eyelet
Thread Pitch:
5/8"-18
Material Type:
Steel
Hole Diameter:
0.5"
Rod End Style:
Heat-Treated Alloy Steel Race
Rod End Construction:
3-piece
Grease Fitting:
No
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Color:
Natural
Thread Length:
1.625"
Rod End Ball Diameter:
0.937"
Rod End Head Diameter:
1.500"
Rod End Head Width:
0.500"
Rod End Misalign Angle:
10 degrees
Overall Length:
3.37"
Overall Thickness:
0.63"
Center Hole to End of Shank:
2.875"
Jam Nut Included:
No
Heat Treated:
Yes
Load Capacity:
31420 lbs.
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FK Rod Ends offers this three piece extra strength rod with a heavy duty shank. The ball is made of 52100 steel that is heat treated and chrome plated. The race and body are heat treated steel alloy that have been zinc plated and chromate treated.
  • 1/2" x 5/8"
  • 3 piece extra strength rod with heavy duty shank
  • Ball is made of 52100 steel, heat treated and hard chrome plated
  • Race is heat treated steel alloy, zinc plated and chromate treated
  • Body is alloy steel, heat treated, zinc plated and chromate treated

Applications: Clutch, brake, steering linkage, and suspension components on moderate 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.

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