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Speed Fast Thin Nylock Kit, SAE Fine
Speed Fast Thin Nylock Kit, SAE Fine

Speed Fast Thin Nylock Kit, SAE Fine

Universal Fit, RH Female Thread Type, Steel

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Speed Fast Thin Nylock Kit, SAE Fine
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  • Grade 8 nuts with self locking nylon inserts
  • (30) 1/4", (25) 5/16", (20) 3/8", (15) 7/16" and (15) 1/2"

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MFG. Part #:
94004002
Thread Type:
RH Female
Thread Pitch:
1/4"-28, 5/16"-24, 3/8"-24, 7/16"-20, 1/2"-20
Material Type:
Steel
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Set

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This Thin Nylock Nut Kit contains 105 pieces. These nylocks include a self locking nylon insert in the thread. They are designed to increase locking force and prevent the nut from coming loose.

Also known as nyloc nuts, there are several different sizes available in this kit. (30) 1/4", (25) 5/16", (20) 3/8", (15) 7/16", (15) 1/2".

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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