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UMI 90011 A/G/F-Body Control Arm RotoJoint End, 3/4-16 RH Thread
UMI 90011 A/G/F-Body Control Arm RotoJoint End, 3/4-16 RH Thread

UMI 90011 A/G/F-Body Control Arm RotoJoint End, 3/4-16 RH Thread

RH Male Thread Type, Male Threads/Eyelet Rod End Attachment, 3/4"-16 Thread Pitch, Chromoly

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Thread Type:
RH Male
Rod End Attachment:
Male Threads/Eyelet
Thread Pitch:
3/4"-16
Material Type:
Chromoly
Hole Diameter:
0.5"
Rod End Style:
Delrin Lined Spherical Bearing
Rod End Construction:
4-piece
Grease Fitting:
Yes
Finish:
Zinc
Color:
Clear
Thread Length:
2"
Rod End Head Width:
2.4"
Bushing Material:
Delrin
Jam Nut Included:
Yes
MFG. Part #:
90011
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This fabricated Roto-Joint is designed to replace spherical rod ends on UMI Performance control arms for the 1964-1972 GM A-Body, 1978-1988 GM G-Body and the 1982-2002 Camaro/Firebird. This item will also work on many other brand control arms for the above listed vehicles that utilize a ¾”-16 right hand threaded rod end. See part # 0011L for left hand threaded Roto Joint.

This Bushing end is designed to replace ¾”-16 right hand threaded rod ends by simply removing the rod end and screwing in this Roto-Joint assembly. This item works excellent to replace worn out rod ends or rod ends making unbearable noise. The Roto-Joint is an easy replacement and is supplied fully assembled with grease fitting, new jam nut and a clear zinc finish. Bushing width is 2.400” with 3/4”-16 right hand threads, 2.000” of thread adjustment and accepts both ½” and 12mm bolts. Our replacement bushing end features threads CNC machined from 4140 Chrome Moly steel, DOM tubing and TIG welded for superior strength and thread durability.

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