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Parallel Side Splines for Soft Broached Holes in Fittings

This Information Report along with SAE J500 and J501 is generally understood to be technically obsolete for the design of new applications. However, it is listed for those existing applications where it may be required. For the design of new applications, consult ANSI B92.1-1970—Involute Splines and Inspections Standard. [The dimensions, given in inches, apply only to soft broached holes. The shaft dimensions depend upon the shape and material of the parts, their heat treatment, and methods of machining to give the required fit. The method and amount of "breaking" sharp corners and edges also depend upon the conditions and requirements of each application. The formula for theoretical torque capacity (pressure on sides of spline) in inch-pounds per inch of bearing length (L) and at 1000 psi pressure is: The tolerances allowed are for good construction and may be readily maintained by usual broaching methods.

Steering Ball Studs and Socket Assemblies

This SAE Recommended Practice has been established for the purpose of providing design criteria and suggested dimensional proportions which may be used for ball studs and ball stud socket assemblies as used on steering systems or control mechanisms of passenger vehicles, trucks and off-road equipment. The recommended practice does not cover all applications. It is intended to provide assistance in obtaining functional satisfaction and interchangeability. The inclusion of dimensional data in this report is not intended to imply that all the products described are stock production sizes. Consumers are requested to consult with manufacturers concerning stock production parts.

Recommended Practices for Design and Evaluation of Passenger and Light Truck Coolant Hose Clamped Joints

This SAE Recommended Practice covers recommended practices for design and evaluation of hose clamped joints primarily in automotive applications. It is intended to: (a) evaluate current joint designs, (b) compare existing designs, (c) aid in the development of new designs, (d) give objective results once weights are set, (e) rate the overall design and individual sections of design, and (f) encourage future research by industry and the OEM's.