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Finally have all the info. Specs can be found here: http://www.fkrodends.com/

Spherical bearing: WSSX14T
Rod ends: JM12T

Also note that there are additional options. JM12T can be changed to KMX12 or JMX12T. The differences being the quality of metal used & the lining. You can also use this list to cross reference to other manufacturers. Competition Engineering uses part # C6162-100 (same as FK KMX12).

And yes, I am aware that re-build sets are available from PRG.
 

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Finally have all the info. Specs can be found here: http://www.fkrodends.com/

Spherical bearing: WSSX14T
Rod ends: JM12T

Also note that there are additional options. JM12T can be changed to KMX12 or JMX12T. The differences being the quality of metal used & the lining. You can also use this list to cross reference to other manufacturers. Competition Engineering uses part # C6162-100 (same as FK KMX12).

And yes, I am aware that re-build sets are available from PRG.
Sweetness! Thanks for sharing! This pops up by searching the competition engineering part #

http://www.amazon.com/Competition-Engineering-C6162-Suspension-Rod/dp/B003KXL8AU

Wonder if that works?
 

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Sweetness! Thanks for sharing! This pops up by searching the competition engineering part #

http://www.amazon.com/Competition-Engineering-C6162-Suspension-Rod/dp/B003KXL8AU

Wonder if that works?
Yes, the parts list (sheet) adds the -100 to the end. The package is labeled as C6162. I'll also note that it uses a nylon injected liner vs. PTFE liner, though the part is stronger based on static load (23.1k lbs vs. 11.5k lbs). Not sure if the nylon liner is better or worse than PTFE? You can see the side by side details by comparing JM12T and KMX12.
 
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