CCTY Bearing | Rod Ends I Standard and Custom Sizes
Rod ends can be mounted to tie rods and other linkages to control varied movement.
rod ends, rod end bearing, rod end bearings, Heim Joints
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Rod Ends

Rod ends – or Heim Joints – are a cousin to spherical plain bearings (SBPs). While SPBs provide misalignment of oscillating movement in a fixed environment, rod ends can be mounted to tie rods and other linkages to control varied movement. Rod end bearings are used in a wide variety of applications such as recreational vehicles, agricultural equipment, construction equipment and many other high performance machines.

CCTY Bearing rod ends are available in threaded and unthreaded male/female designs.

Standard Applications

Unique Applications

Inch Series Rod Ends

Metal-to-Metal

EM EF 2 component rod end illustration carbon steel inch

EM / EF

Economy

2-Piece

Steel housing

MC FC 3 component rod end illustration carbon steel

MC / FC

Precision

3-Piece

Steel housing

MA FA rod end illustration alloy steel 3 components

MA / FA

Precision

3-Piece

Hardened steel alloy housing

Metal-to-Polymer

MCN FCN rod end illustration steel high performance polymer

MCN-Y / FCN-Y

3-Piece

Steel housing with an injected polymer

Metric Rod End Series

Metal-to-Metal

GAR-DO / GIR-DO carbon steel 3 component rod end illustration

GAR-DO / GIR-DO

3-Piece

Steel Housing

POS-DF PHS-DF rod end illustration steel bronze

POS-DF / PHS-DF

3-Piece

Steel housing with a bronze liner

Metal-to-Polymer

GAR-UK GIR-UK rod end illustration steel with PTFE

GAR-UK / GIR-UK

4-Piece

Steel housing with PTFE fabric

Female Sizing Table

COS-BK CHS-BK rod end illustration steel with PTFE

COS-BK / CHS-BK

3-Piece

Steel housing with PTFE liner

COS-N CHS-N rod end illustration steel with high performance polymer

COS-N / CHS-N

3-Piece

Steel with an injected polymer

Talk to a Rod End Specialist