QA1 MHFR16Z-1 Metric H Series Rod Ends, 16mm Bore, 16X1.5 6G RH
Universal Fit, RH Female Thread Type, Female Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Carbon Steel
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QA1's MHF Series female rod ends are a traditional three-piece chromoly steel rod end. These metric precision rod ends are heat treated and are available in right and left hand threads. Grease fittings and stud configurations are available.
- 52100 Bearing Steel
- Heat Treated
- Hard Chrome Plated
- Precision Ground
- Chromoly Heat Treated
- Steel Corrosion and Wear Resistant
- Chromoly Steel Heat Treated
- Protective Coated for Corrosion Resistance
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