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Chrome Steel Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread

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Chrome Steel Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread
Chrome Steel Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread

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Chrome Steel Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread

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If you've got spherical rod ends on your vehicle, you'll probably need jam nuts. You might also need them for tie-rod ends or other types of fittings and connectors. Our jam nuts are made from premium chrome steel and they're available with right hand threads.

These steel fine thread jam nuts are for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis.

  • 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread
  • Available in right hand thread.

Note: Always run a tap or die over and through any chromed threaded item. Apply anti-seize liberally to both threaded surfaces before assembly to prevent galling of threads. Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

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Chrome Steel Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 LH NF Fine Thread
                        

If you've got spherical rod ends on your vehicle, you'll probably need jam nuts. You might also need them for tie-rod ends or other types of fittings and connectors. Our jam nuts are made from premium chrome steel and they're available with left hand threads.

These steel fine thread jam nuts are for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis.

  • 5/8 Inch-18 LH NF Fine Thread
  • Available in left hand thread.

Note: Always run a tap or die over and through any chromed threaded item. Apply anti-seize liberally to both threaded surfaces before assembly to prevent galling of threads. Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

Stainless Jam Nut, 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread
                        

If you've got spherical rod ends on your vehicle, you'll probably need jam nuts. You might also need them for tie-rod ends or other types of fittings and connectors. Our jam nuts are made from premium stainless steel and they're available with right hand threads.

These stainless steel fine thread jam nuts are for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis.

  • 5/8 Inch-18 RH NF Fine Thread
  • Available in right hand thread.
Steel Jam Nuts, 5/8 Inch-18 NF Fine Thread, Pack/6
                        

If you've got spherical rod ends on your vehicle, you'll probably need jam nuts. You might also need them for tie-rod ends or other types of fittings and connectors. Our jam nuts are made from premium steel (zinc-coated for corrosion prevention), and they're available with either right hand or left hand threads.

These steel fine thread jam nuts are for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis.

  • 5/8 Inch-18 NF Fine Thread
  • Sold in bags of six nuts.
  • Choose left or right thread.
AFCO Reduced Diameter Steel Jam Nuts, 5/8-18 RH, Pack/6
                        

AFCO fine thread steel jam nuts for use with rod ends, heim joints, and clevis. Small 3/4" O.D. for improved clearance.

Aluminum Jam Nut, 5/8-18 RH
                        
  • 7075 aluminum alloy
  • 5/8"-18 NF thread 
  • Clear anodized finish
Pro-Blend 1720 Anti-Seize Compound
                        

Apply Pro-Blend anti-seize directly to any metal surface that may gall or seize due to heat, pressure, torque loading or shock. Excellent in environments of gas, alcohol, water, solvents, dirt, sand, and grit.

  • Defies contact of dissimilar or like metals
  • Not affected by heat, moisture, salt water, or corrosion

Learn why using anti-seize is so important in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.

Industrial Tap, 5/8-18 SAE-Right Hand RH Thread
                        

We supply those hard-to-find industrial taps. 4-flutes. Choose left hand or right hand thread for each tap.

Learn why running a tap or die over new threads is so important prior to assembly in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.