Bearing Rod Ends
Rod ends are connectors that support loads and allow motion control. You'll find them in a multitude of applications: steering, tensioning, and controlling movement at pivot points.[Grainger]
Clevis Rod Ends
These steel rod ends are machined to SAE standards. Also called yoke-end linkages, they support pivoting movement along one axis when threaded onto shafts, rods, valve pistons, and other assemblies.
Ball Joint Linkages
Able to stand up to frequent use, these linkages offer excellent wear resistance. They consist of ball joint rod ends with a ball stud attached to simplify mounting. The stud is machined to fit perfectly inside its housing and swivel in all directionsâ€”good for clutches, throttles, and shift control rods. Periodic lubrication may be required to keep them operating smoothly.