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DIN rod end, type "AS" or "ASL", are angular rod ends with hardened ball ends and safety rings. They are used to connect perpendicular parts. They can transmit alternating forces and angular movements at reduced speeds, while compensating for angular deflections and radial displacements. These rod ends can vary in diameter from 8 to 19 mm, and the sliding surfaces are made of steel/steel. They require lubrication. "AS" rod ends are right-hand threaded, while "ASL" rod ends are left-hand threaded.