Female rod ends play a crucial role in various mechanisms demanding smooth articulation and precise positioning.

They feature an internally threaded body designed to screw onto a threaded stud or bolt. This unique configuration allows for adjustable connections and swivelling action.

  • Adjustable Connections: The internal threading allows for precise adjustments to the length and position of the connected components. This is crucial for applications requiring fine-tuning or where slight misalignments occur.
  • Angular Misalignment: Unlike fixed joints, female rod ends can accommodate slight angular deviations between connecting parts. This prevents binding and stress, ensuring smooth operation even when perfect alignment isn’t possible.
  • Reduced Friction: The design incorporates a bearing element, promoting low-friction movement. This minimises wear and tear, leading to increased efficiency, longer lifespan, and reduced maintenance needs.
  • Versatility: The variety of sizes, materials, thread types, and body styles (plain, threaded, clevis) facilitates adaptation to diverse designs and mounting requirements. This makes them suitable for a wider range of applications.
  • Easy Installation: The threaded design allows for quick and straightforward installation onto studs or bolts. This simplifies assembly and makes them user-friendly.
  • Industrial machinery: Linkages, control arms, and other mechanisms requiring articulation.
  • Agricultural equipment: Steering systems, implements, and attachments.
  • Construction equipment: Buckets, booms, and other movable elements.
  • Automotive and motorsport: Suspension components, steering systems, and performance upgrades.
  • Robotics and automation: Articulated joints, grippers, and other moving parts.

We offer an extensive range of female rod ends in various:

  • Sizes: From M3 to M30, catering to applications requiring delicate movements to heavy-duty operations.
  • Materials: Including brass and steel, providing options for corrosion resistance, strength, and specific load requirements.
  • Thread types: Left and right-handed threads to ensure compatibility with your existing setup.
  • Body styles: Plain, with integral male threads, or with mounting options like clevises, for diverse installation needs.

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