Steel Jam Nuts, 5/8 Inch-18 Left Hand NF Fine Thread, Pack/6
Universal Fit, 15/16" Wrench Size, 5/8"-18 Thread Pitch, Steel, Zinc
- These 5/8"-18 thread jam nuts are the perfect complement to your new rod ends, heim joints, or tie rod ends
- Thin profile increases the usable thread length of your rod ends
- Zinc plated for corrosion protection and long life
- Sold in a value priced bag of 6
- Choose right hand (RH) or left hand (LH) thread
If you've got spherical rod ends on your vehicle, you'll probably need jam nuts. You might also need them for tie-rod ends or other types of fittings and connectors. Our jam nuts are made from premium steel (zinc-coated for corrosion prevention), and they're available with either right hand or left hand threads.
These steel fine thread jam nuts are for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis.
- 5/8 Inch-18 NF Fine Thread
- Sold in bags of six nuts.
- Choose left or right thread.
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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