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QA1 ROD END K 3-PC CARBON F-R 1/4-1/4 STUD

122-KFR4S

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Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/02/18
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QA1 ROD END K 3-PC CARBON F-R 1/4-1/4 STUD $6.99
ROD END K 3-PC CARBON F-R 1/4-1/4 STUD

Specifications:

Grease Fitting
No
Heat-Treated
Yes
Jam Nut Included
No
Quantity
Sold individually
Rod End Attachment
Female Threads
Rod End Ball Width (in.)
0.375
Rod End Centerline Length (in.)
1.312
Rod End Construction
3-piece
Rod End Finish
Zinc plated
Rod End Head Bore Size (in.)
0.25
Rod End Head Diameter (in.)
0.75
Rod End Head Width (in.)
0.375
Rod End Material
Carbon steel
Rod End Misalign Angle (Deg)
16 degrees
Rod End Static Load Capacity (lbs.)
2,539
Rod End Style
Metal to metal
Rod End Thread Size (in.)
1/4-28 RH
Thread Length (in.)
0.75
Manufacturer's Part Number:
KFR4S
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