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Rod Ends and Spherical Plain Bore
Rod ends are manufactured utilizing two construction styles.They are of the two or three-piece type. Both types feature the advantages of
metal-tometal contact between bearing components (PTFE to metal interface may also be incorporated when specified). The standard
two-piece style consists of a body and precision ground oil impregnated sintered steel ball. This type of construction allows the rod end
body to carry a greater radial static load and the oil-impregnated ball is self-lubricating under normal operating conditions. This unit also
offers greater misalignment capabilities. A variety of material and plating options for the component parts in this series are available. Any
coldformable steel in stainless and alloy steel categories can be specified for the body, and all hardenable alloys such as 52100 and 440 C
stainless steel may be employed as options for the ball component.
Rod End
Mil Spec Rod End
Male & Female
Bushing
Mil Spec Plain
Bushings
Flanged Bushing
Mil Spec Flanged
Bushings
Rod End Family
Spherical Bearings
Rod End
Spherical Bearings
Inch and Metric
The ASM series is Aurora's
line of male rod ends
manufactured to SAE-AS
81935/1-03 through SAE-AS
81935/1-16, and are fully
approved for procurement
under those specifications.

In addition to the mil spec
approved rod end
configurations, non-standard
materials substitutions and
dimensional modifications are
possible, as are variations in
no load rotational torques to
meet specific customer
application requirements.
Journal bushings
manufactured to
SAE-AS81934/1 and fully
approved for procurement
under those specifications.
These journal bearings all
feature Aurora's proprietary AT
3200 liner system, fully
qualified to AS81820. Total
traceability is maintained
through manufacturing up to
and including shipping. Bore
sizes range from ¼" (-04)
through 2" (-32), and lengths
from .156" through 3.00". In
addition to mil spec approved
sleeve bearings , non-standard
material substitutions and
dimensional modifications are
possible to meet specific
customer application
requirements.
Journal bushings manufactured
to SAE-AS81934/2 and fully
approved for procurement
under those specifications.
These journal bearings all
feature Aurora's proprietary AT
3200 liner system, fully
qualified to AS81820. Total
traceability is maintained
through manufacturing up to
and including shipping. Bore
sizes range from ¼" (-04)
through 2" (-32), and lengths
from .156" through 3.00". In
addition to mil spec approved
sleeve bearings , non-standard
material substitutions and
dimensional modifications are
possible to meet specific
customer application
requirements.
Journal bushings
manufactured to
SAE-AS81934/2 and fully
approved for procurement
under those specifications.
These journal bearings all
feature Aurora's proprietary
AT 3200 liner system, fully
qualified to AS81820. Total
traceability is maintained
through manufacturing up to
and including shipping. Bore
sizes range from ¼" (-04)
through 2" (-32), and lengths
from .156" through 3.00". In
addition to mil spec approved
sleeve bearings ,
non-standard material
substitutions and dimensional
modifications are possible to
meet specific customer
application requirements.
The Aurora Bearing product
line features over twenty
different series of rod ends in
inch, or imperial, dimensions.
Products range in bore size
from 1/8 to 2 inch, with
threads from 6-32 through
2"-12. All feature one-piece,
full swage steel raceway
construction, with the
exception of the SPM/SPW
series, which feature a
proprietary low friction high
wear resistance molded liner.

Aurora PTFE liners are
available in most series.
 
 
 
 
 
Rod Ends
General Aviation  
Spherical Bearings
Aerospace Bearings
Rod Ends
Aerospace Rod Ends
Spherical Bearings
Mil Spec
Narrow Spherical
Bearings
Spherical Bearings
Mil Spec
Wide Spherical
Bearings
All balls are precision ground
and heat treated. Threads are
rolled to appropriate
classifications. Many of these
rod ends have been approved
to individual customer
specifications and or
standards. Dimensions and
configurations follow
established industry
conventions. Beyond the
standard catalog offerings,
non-standard materials
substitutions and dimensional
modifications are possible to
meet specific customer
application requirements.
Spherical bearings not
requiring military approval,
but manufactured under the
same quality and SPC systems
as the military approved
bearings. Many of these
bearings have been approved
to individual customer
specifications and or
standards. Dimensions and
configurations follow
established industry
conventions, and are
available in both chamfered
and staking groove race
configurations. Products range
in bore size from .1900 to 1
inch. All feature one-piece,
full swage steel raceway
construction. Total
traceability is maintained
through manufacturing up to
and including shipping.  
Aircraft rod ends not requiring
military approval, but
manufactured under the same
quality and SPC systems as the
military approved bearings.
Many of these rod ends have
been approved to individual
customer specifications and or
standards. Dimensions and
configurations follow
established industry
conventions. Products range in
bore size from .1900 to 1 inch,
with threads from 10-32 through
1 1/4"-12. All feature
one-piece, full swage steel
raceway construction.
Spherical bearings
manufactured to
SAE-AS14101 (grooved) and
SAE-AS14104 (plain), and
fully approved for
procurement under those
specifications. Standard fit
bearings are void of any
"radial" or "axial" clearance.
"K" type low torque fit
bearings are available, as are
other specification variations.
In addition, to the mil spec
approved configurations,
non-standard materials
substitutions and dimensional
modifications are possible, as
are other variations in no-load
rotational torques to meet
specific customer application
requirements.
Spherical bearings
manufactured to
SAE-AS14102 (grooved) and
SAE-AS14103 (plain), and
fully approved for
procurement under those
specifications. Standard fit
bearings are void of any
"radial" or "axial" clearance.
"K" type low torque fit
bearings are available, as are
other specification variations.
In addition, to the mil spec
approved configurations,
non-standard materials
substitutions and dimensional
modifications are possible, as
are other variations in no-load
rotational torques to meet
specific customer application
requirements.
 
 
 
 
 
         
 
 
 
 
 
         
 
 
 
 
 
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