Complete Johnny Joints

Johnny Joints® are available in a wide variety of configurations and sizes to meet almost any need.

Use the filter in the left margin (desktop) or top tool bar (mobile) to filter the list of Johnny Joints by: body series, body material, thread size, thread direction, mount width and bolt hole diameter.


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Body Type - Filters on the construction of the Johnny Joint body

  • Forged steel body with threaded shank, used for most applications
  • Machined body for fitment in OEM applications
  • Weld-on body for fabricators and builders
  • Billet body chromoly for extreme applications and show cars

Body Series -Filters on the outside diameter of the Johnny Joint body. A larger diameter body provides more urethane surface area and therefore a greater ability to absorb shock. Generally speaking, you should select the largest diameter body that will fit your application.

Standard or Narrow Body -The standard width body use a two piece urethane bushing. The narrow width body uses a single piece urethane bushing. For all intents and purposes there is no functional difference between the two piece and one piece urethane bushing designs. However, the narrow width body typically offers more articulation for a given mount width, due to the increased space between the joint body and the inside of the mounting tabs. Standard and narrow width joint bodies offer the same strength and durability.


Body Series Body Type Body Width
2.0-inch Standard 1.45 inches
2.0-inch Narrow 1.20 inches
2.5-inch Standard 2.00 inches
2.5-inch Narrow 1.69 inches
3.0-inch Standard 2.47 inches


Thread Size - Filters on the shank thread diameter of the forged and billet joints

Thread Direction - Filters on right hand or left hand thread direction

Mount Width - Filters on the width of the ball center, or put another way, the required distance between the mounting tabs

Hole Diameter - Filters on the diameter of the hole in the center of the ball that the bolt will pass through

Lubrication Method - Filters on how the joint is lubricated, either through the center using a greaseable bolt or through an external zerk fitting on the side of the body


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