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.
Called a turnbuckle, can make your own from rod ends and threaded bar, Mcgill may actually do them
[Edited on 14/12/19 by jonny007]
i think its called a jonny joint
That be a Dynaflex rod end, oooh aaar!
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
This any good? Drop Link
or this http://rubberpartscatalog.com/home/products/vibration-control/rod-ends
[Edited on 15-12-19 by 40inches]
Originally posted by ReMan
Spot ON this time, I knew I still needed this forum you always come up with the goods
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