TMR Customs Chromoly Rod Ends

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TMR Customs chromoly rod ends are the perfect solution for links, control arms, steering kits, 4 links, traction bars, etc. Our rod ends have been tested in every form of off road competition and they stand up to the test!

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SKU: Chromoly Rod End
 

Product Description

Specifications:

  • Heat Treated Chromoly Body
  • Precision Ground 52100 Bearing Steel Ball 
  • Self Lubricating and Self Cleaning Kevlar/Teflon Liner

Static Load Ratings are as follows:

  • 1/2" thread - 16,000LB
  • 5/8" thread - 18,000LB
  • 3/4" thread - 28,000LB
  • 7/8" thread - 55,000LB
  • 1-1/4" thread - 76,000LB
  • 1-3/4" thread - 131,000LB

Reviews

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We use TMR rod ends everywhere we can on our ULTRA4. 1/2 inch for sway bars, 3/4 for steering, 7/8 upper links and 1 1/4 on our lower links. They have been through many race miles with zero failures. Only have been replaced as they start to wear out, which takes a lot of abuse! These rod ends have all been beat on very hard. We have broke a lower link right at the threads from smashing it on a rock and the rod end was just fine!
(Posted on 3/23/2018)
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I run these in the steering of the Tractor. The 3/4 x 3/4 joints hold up to an abusive 6,000lb rig without fail. (Posted on 8/10/2017)
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These heim joints have lasted years in my crawler. I run 1.25" lowers and 7/8" uppers. Couldn't be happier with how long they have lasted. (Posted on 2/19/2017)
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Q:
What do ya mean by bore? Is that mean like how deep the thread is?
A:
Hi Kolten. The bore refers to the thru bolt size used through the eye of the rod end. EX: 3/4" Bore rod end uses a 3/4" diameter bolt. Hope that helps!
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I was wondering what the best lubricant was for the rod ends, and since there are no grease fittings, the best way to get it in there - Thanks!
A:
Hi Scott. The Rod Ends have a self lubricating liner, no further lubrication is necessary. Simply do your best to keep them clean and hose them with water after they have been contaminated by mud or other debris. Hope that helps!

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