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PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 6:44 pm 
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I'm trying to locate something online and I can't think of the name to search with.... maybe someone else can name it


I'm basically looking for steel metal tubing (between 1/4-3/4" OD) that is threaded internally. Anyone know where one could get such a thing?

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 Post subject: Re: Quick Question...
PostPosted: Thu Jun 11, 2009 7:17 pm 
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try searching for coupling - how long?? All thread or hanger couplings are about 2".

or try threaded coupling add bolt size to the search - 5/16 18 1/4 20 3/8 16 - etc.



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I'm trying to locate something online and I can't think of the name to search with.... maybe someone else can name it


I'm basically looking for steel metal tubing (between 1/4-3/4" OD) that is threaded internally. Anyone know where one could get such a thing?


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I can't tell you exactly what they're called, but I did see something like what you're describing at Tractor Supply Co. They were in the section w. all the hardware like "U" bolts, barn-door hardware, large hinge plates, etc. I think they are mostly used for joining longer pieces of threaded rod??? I think this might be it.
http://www.tractorsupply.com/webapp/wcs ... Page=20our

Or, you can just do a keyword search on tractorsupply.com using "threaded rod". Hope this helps.

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I know I'm bringing this up from the depths but it may help someone in this search.
http://www.midwestcontrol.com/catdisplay_short.php?pg=225&page=6
http://www.mcfeelys.com/steel-thread-inserts
http://www.irvansmith.com/scart/weldon-38-threaded-sleeve-p-351.html?utm_source=googprod&utm_term=HOD-6001

Depending on application, you could even weld a nut on the end of the tube.

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 Post subject: Re: Quick Question...
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big rigs use stuff like that for various linkages from time to time, we always called them threaded sleeves or **** sticks, called them **** sticks because they ****in stick after grime and crud and rust gets in them and it takes a hot wrench to get them loose lol

also called threaded pipe (misleading) or female threaded pipe

i prefer to call them **** sticks

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