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Product description

3/4" TO 5/8" High Misalignment Spacers Heims, Rod End, Ends Heim Joint, Joints

Material: 1045 Mild Steel, Clear Zinc Plated

Insert Dia. .750, Inside Bore: .625

Approx. Degrees: 26

(4) PACK: 3/4-5/8, Carbon Steel, Silver Zinc Plated, Standard Ball Width High Misalignment Spacer

3/4" TO 5/8 High Misalignment Spacer

These High misalignment Spacers (HMS) are able to achieve greater articulation and movement than a standard Heim by reducing the bore size of the Heim joint. This allows for more of the ball to rotate up into the body, thus allowing for higher degrees of articulation. These spacers are CNC machined from 1045 steel with a Zinc finish for corrosion resistance. The installed Mounting Width is 1 7/8" and will deliver approximately 26 Degrees of articulation. Sold as a 4 pack

High Misalignment Spacer Specs :

Finish: Silver Zinc Material: 1045 Steel Insert Dia: .750" Inside Bore: .625" Approximate Degrees: 26

WKZO 3/4" to 5/8" High Misalignment Spacers Heims, Rod End, Ends

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