For sale: Colored 3/8-10 Joint Pin

metalware10

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Aluminum made 3/8-10 joint pin, oxidative electrolytic coloring film. aluminum raw color will appear if thread or pin surface crack or wear off.

Black / Blue / Rose color in option
$7/ea, $4.5 freight no matter how many you take.
12-25 days arrive. if need commercial express, freight to be confirm

send me email if interested.
cuefits@yahoo.com
 

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MVPCues

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They look cool. If they were anodized I would be a buyer. I'm not being negative, just feedback in here in case anyone might agree.
 

metalware10

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They look cool. If they were anodized I would be a buyer. I'm not being negative, just feedback in here in case anyone might agree.

Yes, they are anodized electrolytic coloring.
 

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JoeyInCali

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I hope you start offering them on 3/8 11 with true 5/16 minor and .381 barrel.
 

MVPCues

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This isn't the same as anodizing. Very similar process. Anodizing (different levels within anodizing that results in different surface hardnesses) is more changing the surface of the base material. Electroplating is adding material to the surface of the base material, which is what I think is happening here.

The bottom line is how much harder are you making the surface of the aluminum with the coating you are adding?

And I would like to know the minor diameter and barrel diameter also.
 

metalware10

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This isn't the same as anodizing. Very similar process. Anodizing (different levels within anodizing that results in different surface hardnesses) is more changing the surface of the base material. Electroplating is adding material to the surface of the base material, which is what I think is happening here.

The bottom line is how much harder are you making the surface of the aluminum with the coating you are adding?

And I would like to know the minor diameter and barrel diameter also.

1st question, it’s anodizing, not add another material film on surface.
2nd question, minor diameter is 0.302”, barrel diameter is 0.384”

Regards
Perry
 

RickLafayette

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Perry,

Do you install these?

Disregard. Just noticed you were in Bejing.
 
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