Sprint and Midget Racing Parts, 1/2 Inch Steel Birdcage Clevis
2.95 Center Hole to End of Shank, 0.5" Hole Diameter, 1.55" Thread Length, 1/2"-20 Thread Pitch
- Compatible with any standard heim with a 1/2" hole
- Premium steel construction for superior strength and durability
- Inside span on clevis is 11/16", uses 3/8" bolts or clevis pins
- Threads 1/2"-20, thread length 1-1/2", slot is 0.70"
- Sold individually
The inside span on this clevis is app. 11/16" and it would use 3/8" bolts or clevis pins. The threads on the shank are 1/2"-20, the thread length is app. 1-1/2". The slot that’s in this clevis is 0.70". It should fit any standard heim that has a 1/2" hole.
Open Wheel Car Parts, 1/2 Inch Steel Birdcage Clevis
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