Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .600 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Universal Fit, 0.6" Reach, Steel, Zinc Plated
- These quarter turn panel fasteners with a .600" grip length quickly attach body panels
- Steel construction with zinc plating for corrosion resistance
- Useful for fastening body panels, hoods, trunk lids, access panels, trap doors, etc.
- .400" (7/16) shank diameter
- Sold in a bag of 10
These 1/4 turn panel fasteners quickly fasten body panels, doors, tilt fronts and hood panels. Zinc plated steel.
Use .500" grip range for thin materials, use .550" for mid-materials, and .600" and up for thick materials.
Measurement Guide (Link)
- Heads are .680"
- Shank is .400"
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
More Like This
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .550 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .650 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .750 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .800 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .500 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Steel Oval Head Quarter Turn Fasteners, .700 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Self-Ejecting Quarter Turn Fasteners, .700 Inch Grip, Pack/10
Butterfly Self-Ejecting Quarter Turn Fasteners, .700 In Grip, Pack/10
.500 Inch Grip Butterfly Quarter Turn Fastener
Steel Dome Quarter-Turn Super Button Fasteners, Bag of 10
Q & A
We get a lot of questions about brake kits so Tim gives a brief overview of disc brake setups.
Speedway Motors employee Jess M. walks us through adding a little salt flat flair to her 1933 Ford coupe, by using moon discs and quarter turn fasteners.
There are several types quarter-turn fasteners used in the auto industry and in this article we'll show you how to choose the correct fastener for your application and how some of the most common types of fasteners are used.
Learn how to re-build a junkyard Small Block Chevy. A step-by-step guide on how to select a SBC, machine the valve guide bosses down, and what parts to use to upgrade to your personal liking.
Looking for a cost effective way to upgrade the front of your car? This article shows the steps to replace upper and lower stock control arms with tubular control arms for added suspension strength.
Learn the difference between a pull down or pull up style harness and if a bolt-in or wrap around style seat belt will be best set up for your race car.
In this guide, Steve will show you how to properly install Speedway Motors deluxe sheet metal flare dimple die set.