Fasteners

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    Finished Hex Nuts – Grade 8: Yellow Zinc

    Grade 8 hex nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws. Yellow Zinc offers a modest amount of corrosion resistance, slightly higher than that of clear zinc.

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    Finished Hex Nuts – Grade 5

    Grade 5 hex nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws. The most versatile and widely used nut. ANSI B1.1 UNC and UNF Class 2B thread requirement.  Zinc plating, retards the corrosion rate in a normal atmosphere.

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    Finished Hex Nuts – Grade 2

    Hex nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws. Grade 2: made of low carbon steel, these fasteners are applicable for most low strength commercial and industrial uses.

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    Finished Hex Nuts – Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel hex nuts have internal machine threads, for use with machine thread bolts and screws. Stainless steel is a versatile material offering corrosion resistance, strength, good pricing, and a wide range of shapes.

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    Plow Bolts – Grade 5

    Plow bolts are used for attaching the cutting edge of a plow to the plow blade.  A tempered medium carbon steel. Grade 5 falls between grade 2 and grade 8 in strength, and is commonly found in automotive applications.

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    Carriage Bolts: Zinc Plated Steel

    Carriage heads are large smooth and domed with no drive. A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.

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    Tap Bolts: Zinc Plated Steel – Grade 5

    A full thread bolt with a six sided head. Tap bolts have hexagonal heads and machine threads for use with a nut or in a tapped hole. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
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    Hex Bolts: Zinc Plated Steel – Grade 2

    Hex bolts have hexagonal heads and machine threads for use with a nut or in a tapped hole. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
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    Hex Lag Screws

    Lag bolts are large wood screws with hexagonal heads often called a lag screw. Hex heads are six sided for use with a wrench.

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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Stainless

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Stainless Steel Hex Cap Screws meet SAE and ASTM F593 specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point.
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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Grade 8

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point. Grade 8 has a greater tensile strength than Grade 5. Designed for use in high-strength and high-stress applications.
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    Hex Head Cap Screws – Grade 2

    Hex Head Cap Screws are designed for easy assembly into a tapped hole. Hex Cap Screws meet SAE specifications with a specially designed washer face under the head and a chamfered point. Plain finish, or bare metal, will have a coating of light oil to resist corrosion. Grade 2 is generally an economical but lower strength fastener.