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Steel 1/4 Inch-20 Thread Nyloc Nuts, 10 Pack
Steel 1/4 Inch-20 Thread Nyloc Nuts, 10 Pack

Steel 1/4 Inch-20 Thread Nyloc Nuts, 10 Pack

Universal Fit, RH Female Thread Type, 1/4"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel, Zinc Plated

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Steel 1/4 Inch-20 Thread Nyloc Nuts, 10 Pack
Steel 1/4 Inch-20 Thread Nyloc Nuts, 10 Pack
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MFG. Part #:
91006112
Thread Type:
RH Female
Thread Pitch:
1/4"-20
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Zinc Plated
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These nylocks are 1/4 Inch-20 thread with a self locking nylon insert in the thread. They are designed to increase locking force and prevent the nut from coming loose. Zinc plating, retards the corrosion rate in a normal atmosphere.
  • 1/4"-20 nyloc nuts
  • Grade 5 steel
  • Set of 10
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