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Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)
Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)

Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)

Universal Fit, LH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)
Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)
Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)
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Precision Carbon Steel LH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends, 3/16" (10-32)
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  • Precision steel rod ends provide greater strength and longer life than our standard series rod ends
  • The carbon steel body and 5210 precision ground steel ball features a Teflon®/Kevlar® race for self-lubrication and to seal out dirt and debris
  • Useful for a wide variety of applications including clutch, brake, steering, and suspension components for moderate horsepower applications
  • 10-32 LH male rolled threads ensure strength and precision
  • 13 degrees of misalignment provides a moderate range of motion without binding

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Thread Type:
LH Male
Rod End Attachment:
Male Threads/Eyelet
Thread Pitch:
3/16" (10-32)
Material Type:
Steel
Hole Diameter:
0.19"
Rod End Style:
Kevlar/PTFE Lined
Rod End Construction:
3-piece
Grease Fitting:
No
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Color:
Natural
MFG. Part #:
1750310
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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Precision steel rod ends provide greater strength than our "standard" rod ends. They have close tolerance and have a 3 piece medium duty rod end. Carbon steel body, 5210 precision ground ball and feature a Teflon Kevlar race. Self lubrication teflon liner to seal out dirt and debris. Shank and hole are the same size.

Applications: Clutch, Brake, Steering & Suspension Components. Quieter, Smoother, & More Durable Than 2 Piece Rod Ends. Tight Tolerance of Kevlar Race Reduces "Slop" In Steering & Suspension.

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.

Precision Rod Ends Chart Application (GIF)

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