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Nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws.
A standard six sided nut.
Also known as A-2 stainless, 18-8 is the most common grade of stainless steel for general use. A corrosion resistant steel alloy.
Also known as A-4 stainless, 316 is a highly corrosion resistant grade of stainless steel. Ideal in salt water and chlorine environments. More expensive than 18-8. A corrosion resistant steel alloy.
A tempered medium carbon steel. Class 8.8 is hardened, but it is not as strong as class 10.9. It is commonly found in automotive applications. Class 8.8 is similar to grade 5. A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A tempered medium carbon steel. Class 10.9 is stronger than class 8.8, and is commonly found in high strength automotive applications. Class 10.9 is similar to grade 8. A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A low carbon steel for general use. Chrome plated and polished for a mirror like finish.
A general purpose nylon often used in fasteners for corrosion resistance.
A hex nut with a nylon ring to resist loosening.
A thinner version of a hex nut.
A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
A nut with an attached free-spinning external tooth lock washer.
A nut that is installed by hand.
A type of nut used to create internal machine threads in wood or similar materials.
A nut with a built in washer which is serrated to resist loosening. Meets DIN 6923.
A nut with a finished top that covers the end of the bolt. Bolts must be in the proper length.