Square Ball U-Joint from CCTY Bearing

For intermittent applications, such as steering columns, this patent-pending design uses a square ball and just 7 other components. Conventional u-joints use nearly 100. The lower number of components means a smoother rotation and no tolerance stackup. The boot seal covers all moving parts and allows for 10mL of grease. Note: The pins do NOT transfer torque. They simply keep the square ball in place.

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