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We ship using mostly USPS, ship out all in-stock orders in 24-48 hours. You usually receive your products in 2-5 days after placing the order. We go as fast as possible. We know you need parts quickly to get back to trail riding, drag racing, street driving, or to get that machine back up and running.
3/4" Heim Joints
.750" Heim Joints
1.25" Heim Joints
1 1/4" Heim Joints
5/8" Heim Joints
.625" Heim Joints
1/2" Heim Joints
.500" Heim Joints
3/8" Heim Joints
.375" Heim Joints
We are easy to buy from and take great care of our customers. We do not have a fancy website that is hard to navigate, we keep things easy and simple.
We assume you know what you want and that you just want an easy to deal with company to buy from. If you order the wrong size, no problem just send them back for a refund or exchange.
Really good quality and heavy duty strength. Comes with extra hardware to install them and they also look good. You can use them for any application, I used them to make a anti-wrap bar/traction bar. They work good and look amazing. I made this for a 2000 jeep cherokee xj.
I beat the snot out of these on a weekend basis on my Jeep XJ and they still seem to be holding very strong even after 2 years
High quality and good price!SHOP
These worked great. I used them to build a custom drag link and tie rod for the “high steer” setup on my 4x4 van project.
These massive Heim joints are some of the best you can buy. They are heat-treated and hard chrome plated to give you a better finish for longer.
We ship using mostly USPS, ship out all in-stock orders in 24-48 hours. You usually receive your products in 2-5 days after placing the order.
What is a heim joint?
Heim joints have many names, they are referred to as rose joints, rod ends, spherical bearings, and many other names. They are all the same and do the same job.
Are heim joints legal for use on the street?
We can not advise you on your specific state and local laws. You should do research to see if they are legal in your state. Some states with safety inspections may not pass steering that uses heim joints. Other states have no inspections. Is it up to you to find out what is legal in your area.