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Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished
Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished

Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished

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

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Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished
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Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished
Speedway Stainless Steel 4-Bar Rod End, 5/8-18 LH Thread, Polished
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  • These rod ends are made from fully polished investment cast stainless steel for superior strength and durability
  • 5/8"-18 LH threaded shank allows for simple length adjustment by spinning the tube when used with RH thread rod end on the opposite side
  • Polyurethane bushing with 1/2" ID steel sleeve stiffens the suspension link while also absorbing road vibrations for a smooth and comfortable ride
  • Beautifully polished stainless steel finish looks perfect on any show car or hot rod
  • Mounting eye is perpendicular to threaded shank (straight style rod end)

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Thread Type:
LH Male
Rod End Attachment:
Male Threads/Eyelet
Thread Pitch:
5/8"-18
Material Type:
Stainless Steel
Hole Diameter:
0.5"
Rod End Style:
Solid
Rod End Construction:
1-piece
Grease Fitting:
No
Finish:
Polished
Color:
Natural
Thread Length:
1.910"
Rod End Head Width:
1.37"
Overall Length:
3.60"
Overall Diameter:
1.5"
Center Hole to End of Shank:
2.875"
MFG. Part #:
91008052
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Don't settle for a weak 4-bar end made out of a piece of tubing welded to a bolt. These Speedway rod ends are made from fully polished investment cast stainless steel for superior strength and durability. Features a 5/8"-18 LH threaded shank and the polyurethane bushing has a steel sleeve that accepts a 1/2" bolt. 

  • Reverse, left hand threads
  • Mounting eye is perpendicular to threaded shank
  • Center of mounting eye to end of threads is 2-7/8"
  • Overall width: 1.370"
  • Rod end width: 1.050"
  • Rod end I.D.: 1.125"
  • Steel sleeve O.D.: 0.750"
  • Steel sleeve I.D.: 0.500"
  • Threaded shaft length: 1-7/8"

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