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Rod End and Spherical Bearings
Utilizing their growing
expertise in the aerospace market, Aurora Bearing Company have developed the
following series of Rod End and Spherical bearings, for the serious needs of the
racing community. The Performance Racing series of rod ends and spherical
bearings use materials developed for military and aircraft applications,
including the MIL-B-81820 qualified, ultra-high performance PTFE liner, which offers
higher load carrying capacity as well as greatly increased dynamic wear
characteristics over a wider temperature range. Superior engineering, advanced
materials and precision manufacturing, all contribute to high strength
suspension bearings, with
reduced brake-away rotating torque, essential for modern racing
Three-piece Precision Rod Ends
Performance Racing rod end and spherical bearing physical information is available from this link. Because of their superior quality, properties and dimensions, this bearing series remains our most popular replacement bearing of bearings supplied as original equipment on high performance race cars. And unlike many of the competition, these performance bearings truly accomplish what their numbers dictate (they last longer!). This means, because of their longer life, you have fewer replacements and thus lower long term costs.
If your current rod end and spherical bearings are not up to speed and you need help in selecting the proper replacements or you have a special size bearing, that you want to replace with a quality Aurora racing series bearing not shown in their catalogs? Then leap from here and contact us for help!
High-Strength If your requirements don't call for stainless steel but still must be a high performance male or female rod end, than our silver series is your answer. Go from here to see these rod end bearings.
Aurora High-misalignment, rod end and spherical bearing information.
Contact: Averill Racing Stuff about other Aurora bearings, including those of unusual dimensions.
Ultimate Radial Static Load
Axial Static Load