They are tusk and all balls. Same rods different box. You get what you pay for. Lots have used them and most replaced in a third of the time it took them to go through the factory rods. Save ypurseft some time buy some quality rods with replaceable joints. The outers aren't the big issue it's the inners. Ball and socket joints just can't take the beating of the heim joints. You can get good replacement heim joints for 25$ each at any speed or race shop.
Factory rods lasted 6 years. Bent one and all I could get on short notice was all balls. About 6 months the inner joint wore out. Their customer service was great and then sent me a replacement, but it got bent shortly after. Again all I could get on short notice was another all balls, a few months later it got bent and found the joint loose again. So my experience is they don't hold up very well. Better ones are expensive but it seems you very much get what you pay for here.
Installing a rackzilla on my 2011xt. See pic below to understand my question. It came with a stud with a 12mm end (measured 12.65) and a bushing to go in the heim joint and a 10mm stud on the other end to go in the spindle. According to the instructions this is for 2010-2013 models. It was...
Yeah rackzilla uses a junk double ended stud. Bottom knuckle side is 12mm upper is 1/2". You should be able to use the spacers from Rackzilla outers in utvinc outers. Then you will be able to use your 1/2" bolts.
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