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What do you call in English this particular ?
April 16, 2015 02:25PM
What do you call in English this particular ?
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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 16, 2015 03:03PM
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What do you call in English this particular ?
thanks

Cara Dudu, it is just a sleeve....You will have big trouble findng anything but I can me some for you very easily...
You tell me that the size for the inside you want and the thread ( I suggest M22 x 2) for the outside and how long you want (circa 35-38mm long on the threads)
d'accordo?

and one little thing, on this forum we say we have one serious rule and that isd people put somewhere their real name and their real location, so please do that..
Dudu is nice name but we like to know real name and location...

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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 17, 2015 02:36AM
Excuse me Mr. John Vanlandingham, my name is Vladimiro Bortot and I lived in a little town in Italy.
I was thinking of mounting a rod end dia . 16 mm . ( 5/8 " ) x 1,00 and a tube of the lower arm with dia . 30 mm exterior stainless steel what do you think? Thanks

Vladimiro
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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 17, 2015 09:52AM
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Excuse me Mr. John Vanlandingham, my name is Vladimiro Bortot and I lived in a little town in Italy.
I was thinking of mounting a rod end dia . 16 mm . ( 5/8 " ) x 1,00 and a tube of the lower arm with dia . 30 mm exterior stainless steel what do you think? Thanks

Vladimiro

Ciao Vladi,
I think a little bigger---19mm or 3/4"

But maybe you are building something under 1000kg, si? No?

I make my suggestion from sizes I have measure on Ford Cosworth Group A parts...
I got these to have as samples and check dimension, the later version is like you post the photo...


SO for Cosworth 3/4" or 19mm but the car weigh 1230kg

Che fa tu?



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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 17, 2015 01:07PM
Rally car BMW 2002 Tii Gr. 2 his weight it's Kg. 1000 in picture in Fiche nr. 5258 I have saw the rod end and I think the size it's 5/8"



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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 17, 2015 01:39PM
What you're looking for its called a bung adjuster nut


But those are pretty expenssive, why not just use a double threaded rod and a female rod end.


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Re: What do you call in English this particular ?
April 18, 2015 02:37AM
Thanks Mr. Ferreira

The bang adjuster nut has more stress raisers in the design, where the threads meet the central hex.
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