AF Aluminum Series Rod End
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These rod ends are manufactured with precision tolerances and are subjected to stringent quality control standards. Assure yourself of a product that is capable of meeting your most demanding requirements!
The QA1 Endura Racing Series Rod End is a loaded slot style of rod end that was introduced in the U.S. by QA1 in 1995. The body is machined with a significant groove going all the way around the interior of the body. The ball is then inserted into the machined slot, and a PTFE®/Kevlar® material is injected. Serving as a liner to keep dirt and debris out, while also lubricating the rod end. In addition to providing added strength, the injection molded race also won't "pound out" like traditional PTFE (PTFE®) liners, increasing the longevity of your rod ends!
AF Female Aluminum Series Rod Ends: QA1's Endura series are designed specifically for performance applications where weight is a concern. With a PTFE®/Kevlar® injection molded race, these rod ends are completely self-sealing and self-lubricating, keeping dirt and debris out. Over 10% lighter than traditional three-piece aluminum rod ends, the AM Series rod ends are the most wear-resistant aluminum design available.
- Ball: 52100 Bearing Steel, Heat Treated, Hard Chrome Plated, Precision Ground
- Race: PTFE®/Kevlar®, Self-Lubricating, Self-Sealing
- Body: Aircraft Aluminum, Color Anodized Red as Standard
- Exclusive Features: Metal to Metal Support for Heavy Shock Loads and Increased Cross-Sectional Thickness for Greater Tensile Strength.
QA1 Endura A-Series Aluminum Rod Ends are also available with MaleThreads
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