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2-1/2" Johnny Joint® Rod End

Currie | Part Number: CURCE-9110P
  • Technical Details

    • 2-1/2 inch outside diameter
    • 2.625 inch mounting width
    • 9/16 inch thru-bolt hole size
    • Urethane bushings
    • Weld-on
    • Fully rebuildable
    • Bolt and nut not included need part #CURCE-91107 not on website

For fabricators and suspension system builders. Curries Johnny Joints® offer 30 degrees of unrestricted movement in any direction as compared to 22 degrees on a common heim joint. The bushings in the Johnny Joint® rod ends are made with a high-density, "tough 88" urethane that encases the inner ball. It is a very durable material, and is impervious to weather. The special center ball is heat-treated steel for extra strength, cross-drilled for thru-bolt lubrication, features a 9/16" thru bolt hole, and a 2 5/8" mounting width. The outer shell is .180" DOM tubing, and the retaining washers are heat-treated steel. Sold each.

Joint DetailsMaintenanceThread Direction Type
Weld-On Joint KitServiceableN/ADOM

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5.0

Need the Currie JJ Tool

By Ives

from Pensacola, CA

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Pros

  • Great Joint
  • Perfer It Over Heims

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  • Easy With Currie Tool

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    Comments about Johnny Joint Rod End by Currie Enterprises for Jeep:

    Highly recommend getting the Currie JJ tool. I attempted many time to press the joint together using my shop tools, very tough. Finally opted to the Currie tool and all the joints went together easily. Saved a lot of time. Love me some Johnny Joints. One problem though, the bolt that comes with this JJ is not long enough for a track bar mount.

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