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Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread
Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread

Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread

Universal Fit, 0.875" Tube O.D., 7/16"-20 RH/LH Thread Pitch, Aluminum

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Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread
Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread
Swedged Aluminum Linkage Tubes, 7/8 Inch, 7/16 Inch Thread
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Tube O.D.:
0.875"
Thread Pitch:
7/16"-20 RH/LH
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Material Type:
Aluminum
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These aluminum swedged rods feature a polished finish with an outside tube diameter of .88".  They are perfect for your Sprint racing throttle or steering linkage and come available in your choice length in increments of 1/2".

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  • 7/16" Thread Pitch
  • .88" Outside Diameter
  • Choose your length

Tech Tip: When assembling a tube, each heim end adds approximately 2" to the overall length (assuming the heim is screwed into the tube half way.) If you have a heim on each end of the tube, the working length from eye to eye will be approximately 4" longer overall than the tube.  As a rule, your tube length will need to be 4" shorter than your working eye to eye length requirement.

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