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Steel Fine Thread Nylock Nuts, 7/16 Inch-20 Thread 50 Pack
Steel Fine Thread Nylock Nuts, 7/16 Inch-20 Thread 50 Pack

Steel Fine Thread Nylock Nuts, 7/16 Inch-20 Thread 50 Pack

Universal Fit, RH Female Thread Type, 7/16"-20 Thread Pitch, Steel

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MFG. Part #:
94004135
Thread Type:
RH Female
Thread Pitch:
7/16"-20
Material Type:
Steel
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This Thin Nylock Nut Kit contains 50 pieces. These nylocks are 7/16 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.

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7/16" - 20

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