This is a tip for pushers rods. It has a thread that allows you to adjust the length of the pushrods. Can be used for soft rods control when mounted on the end (solder) a special tip. On one plate is fixed rigidly axis, while the second is free. Plates can move apart, the axis of the hole and insert the latch
Yep that's what it says in the description alright! These are the best clevises on the market for 2-56 rods- properly formed threads which fit perfectly and are threaded (bite) the whole length! They also have special fingers to ensure the thread doesn't open up and become sloppy and loose! then you add the extra long pin which gives extra security that it wont pop open and fall off! and finally you add the spevial lock whick really adds belt and braces to the whole thing!
Grrrr..."they must be" and "others say" are NOT informations ! I, and certainly much other customers, WANT TO KNOW The characteristics of the product as: is there a thread or not,In this case which thread...metric, non metric ? If not, which is the internal diameter? Overall dimensions in mm/or inches ? Right friends ? What are you still waiting for ? Thanks in advance to the retailer or any customer of goodwill that give Us the informations.
They have a thread and it is the standard US (imperial) 2-56 sizing but can be used as solder clevisis if you would like although this is a waste of many of the quality features, like the very well formed thread and the special finger design which ensures (locks) the join in position so it doesn't open up with use. A real premium sullivan product.
Hello, please, one of the products that this one buys not in stock, i like that me send me the purchase that I did. Without this item non stock. because I need several things now.please, send me response I want to do another purchase
converting imperial to metric is done like this
first number relates to diameter
second is threads per inch
how to convert
n x 0.3302 1.524 = major diameter in millimeters
so 2 x 0.3302 1.524 = 2.184mm dia.
and 56 is 56 threads per 1" so pitch is
25.4 / 56 is 0.45mm pitch