Small Head 3/16 Inch Exploding Rivets
Universal Fit, 0.19" Hole Diameter, 0.38" Diameter, Aluminum
- Rivet back side splits into folds so you don’t normally need to use a back-up washer with them
- Works great for those applications where it’s hard to reach the back side of the rivet
- Lightweight aluminum pop rivet with aluminum ‘won’t rust’ shank
- Wide range reach from 0” up to 0.375”
- Box of 250 for the quantity value you need with a small head diameter of 3/8” for that compact minimal look
Ok, they don’t really explode, but the back side splits into folds so you don’t normally need to use a back-up washer with them. They work great where it’s hard to reach the back side. Choose small or large head and the color of your choice. Plain, Black, White, Red, Orange, Yellow, Pepsi (light) Blue or Chevron (dark) Blue.
- Box of 250
- Small head is 3/8 O.D.
- Aluminum pop rivet with aluminum shank
- Reach 0" - 0.375"
Color Chart (GIF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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