Speedway Forged 4-Bar Rod End, 11/16-18 RH Thread, Zinc Plated
Universal Fit, RH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Steel, Zinc Plated
- These one piece forged steel 4 bar ends add strength and safety that cast or welded ends cannot provide
- 11/16"-18 RH threaded shank allows for use with a LH thread Ford tie rod end on the opposite end of your bar assembly
- Nylon bushing with 1/2" ID steel sleeve stiffens the suspension link and allows for smooth pivot motion
- Zinc plating on rod end body and sleeve resists corrosion
- Mounting eye is perpendicular to threaded shank (straight style rod end)
We have in stock a large range of rod ends to suit every application. For shear strength there is nothing better than our solid rod end, made from premium grade steel material, these are capable of handling the most concentrated forces.
Front Suspension Hardware, 11/16 Inch Threaded Steel Four-Bar Rod End RH
- Forged steel
- 11/16"-18 RH threads
- Straight shank
- Nylon bushings with steel sleeve
- Accepts 1/2" bolt
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