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Author: Subject: Almost looks like a rose joint but isn't - help
theprisioner

posted on 14/12/19 at 06:17 PM Reply With Quote
Almost looks like a rose joint but isn't - help

The device on the left is a standard 3/8" UNF rose joint from McGill's the one on the right is a rubber filled metalastic type joint with totally different applications. Can you tell me what it is called and where I can get one?

I have one already but completely unaware where I got it from.


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jonny007

posted on 14/12/19 at 07:28 PM Reply With Quote
Called a turnbuckle, can make your own from rod ends and threaded bar, Mcgill may actually do them


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theconrodkid

posted on 14/12/19 at 08:36 PM Reply With Quote
i think its called a jonny joint





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ReMan

posted on 14/12/19 at 09:53 PM Reply With Quote
That be a Dynaflex rod end, oooh aaar!





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theprisioner

posted on 14/12/19 at 11:48 PM Reply With Quote
have searched and searched your suggestions but I cannot find the item on the RHS of the picture. It was bought as a roll bar drop link (jack screw), it is not a ball type joint and needs to be a rubber filled joint like the image on the RHS not the LHS. Any other suggestions welcome





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40inches

posted on 15/12/19 at 12:33 AM Reply With Quote
This any good? Drop Link
or this http://rubberpartscatalog.com/home/products/vibration-control/rod-ends

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ReMan

posted on 15/12/19 at 12:42 AM Reply With Quote
http://rubberpartscatalog.com/home/products/vibration-control/rod-ends





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40inches

posted on 15/12/19 at 12:46 AM Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by ReMan
http://rubberpartscatalog.com/home/products/vibration-control/rod-ends

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theprisioner

posted on 22/12/19 at 11:07 PM Reply With Quote
Spot ON this time, I knew I still needed this forum you always come up with the goods





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StrikerChris

posted on 31/12/19 at 04:04 PM Reply With Quote
Not exactly what you were after but Johnny joints(Google them!) do the same thing,and are rebuildable. Not sure how small they go tho
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