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Why should I use a double offset expansion joint?

A double offset expansion joint can be used to absorb large amounts of lateral motion with a minimum amount of deflection forces.

A Double Offset Expansion Joint with Limit Rods
A Double Offset Expansion Joint with Limit Rods
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