made with a welded joint at the crown are more expensive.
upset forged receiver has an inside con-cavity at the crown
that accumulates water leading to corrosion.
receiver made by Incast Inc. has a substantially conical surface
at an acute angle of 3 degrees to the axis of the tube. This
prevents accumulation of water at the crown. The peripheral
crown formation is substantially thicker than the tube wall
thickness. Crown formation is gently curved outside compared
to abrupt angles.
is made of seamless drawn 1020 steel. This has several advantages
The corner radii can be controlled to customer's
specification to facilitate the use of different "Ball
Mount" configurations made by different manufacturers.
B. The inner diameter can be controlled to
2.028" to 2.048". This reduces rattling noise unlike
receivers made by competition with ID up to 2.085".
C. The Tensile and Yield strengths are substantially
higher than ASTM 500 Gr. B.
D. There is no weld cut seam. inside is smooth
forged receiver tubes are limited in lengths up to 18".
Higher sizes are made by welded crown joints in the old fashion.
"Incast Receivers" are not limited in length. We can
go up to 48"or more.
name could be prominently displayed on the Receiver's Crown
Face in raised letters