I believe they are the same as spherical bearings... looks like an eyebolt
with a ball bearing fixed in the "eye". A hole through the ball allows for
a bolt to be passed through to attach that end. Allows total freedom of
movement. They are threaded at the ends and can be attached to whatever
length of rod you need. These can be used for all sorts of applications,
i.e., links between the anti-roll bar and a-frame.
At 1:26 PM -0500 1/22/00, DLancer7676@cs.com wrote:
>In a message dated 1/22/00 10:26:28 AM Eastern Standard Time, WR
><< i call rose joint heim joints >>
>Don't recognize a heim joint either. Are these ways of saying "Ball joint"?
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