Standard Steel Heim Joint Rod Ends, 7/16-20 LH Male
Universal Fit, LH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, Steel, Zinc Plated
- This standard rod end is a general purpose two-piece design making it a very economical and replaceable item
- The carbon steel body and a hardened steel ball without a race provides metal to metal contact for a precise no-slop joint
- Useful for a wide variety of applications including clutch, brake, steering, and suspension components for mild to moderate horsepower applications
- 7/16"-20 LH male rolled threads ensure strength and precision
- 21 degrees of misalignment provides a wide range of motion without binding
These standard rod ends are a general purpose, two piece design. They have a carbon steel body and a hardened ball with metal to metal contact.
Applications: Clutch, brake, steering linkage, and suspension components on moderate horsepower applications.
Assembly Tip: To ease assembly, be sure to run a tap or die through the threads on chrome plated fasteners and apply an anti-seize compound to prevent galling of the threads.
Standard Rod End Chart (GIF)
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