HM Series Rod Ends
- QA1's HM Series male rod ends are a traditional three-piece Chromoly steel rod end. These precision rod ends are heat treated, are available in right and left hand threads and in metric and inch dimensions. Grease fittings and stud configurations are available. The ball is made from 52100 bearing steel that has been heat treated, hard chrome plated and precision ground.
HM Male Series Rod Ends
For a traditional Chromoly steel three-piece rod end, QA1 offers quality HM Chromoly Steel Series rod ends. These metal to metal rod ends are built for strength and are protective coated for corrosion resistance. They are available with left and right-hand thread to complete your project correctly.
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