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Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud
Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud

Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud

Universal Fit, RH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Stud Rod End Attachment, 7/16"-20 Thread Pitch

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Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud
Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud
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Steel 7/16 Inch RH Male Heim Joint Rod Ends with Stud
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  • Made from durable steel with a zinc finish for added corrosion resistance
  • Makes it easy to build carb or shift linkage or tie rod assemblies
  • Features a 7/16"-20 RH male thread pitch
  • It is Teflon lined and has a hex built in for easy installation
  • Hole diameter measures a total of 0.438"

Details

Thread Type:
RH Male
Rod End Attachment:
Male Threads/Stud
Thread Pitch:
7/16"-20
Material Type:
Steel
Hole Diameter:
0.438"
Rod End Style:
PTFE Lined
Rod End Construction:
2-piece
Grease Fitting:
No
Finish:
Zinc Plated
Color:
Natural
Jam Nut Included:
No
Notes:
7/16"-20 Pivot stud thread
MFG. Part #:
1750124
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Each

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These rod ends make it easy to build carb or shift linkage, tie rod assemblies or anything else you can think of. They are Teflon lined and has a hex built in for easy installation.

Item Details

7/16" stud/thread

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