Tru-Lite Titanium Bolts, 5/16-18 Coarse 3/4" Long, 1/2" Hex Head
Micro Sprint, Midget, Sprint Car, 0.75" Under Head Length, RH Male Thread Type, Titanium
- All of our titanium bolts are machined from 6AL/4V material
- Titanium has approximately 3 times the strength of aluminum
- Highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal
- 42% lighter than steel
These coarse thread Tru-Lite titanium bolts feature heat treated rolled threads. Titanium bolts have a greater tensile strength than Grade 8 bolts at half the weight. Made from 6AL/4V material which has 3 times the strength of aluminum and is 42% lighter than steel.
- Coarse thread Titanium
- Greater tensile strength than Grade 8 bolts
- 3 times the strength of aluminum
- 42% lighter than steel
- 5/16"-18 x 3/4"
- 1/2" Hex Head
- Application: fuel tank side mounts
Item DetailsCoarse Thread
Bolt head is .20" thick
Application: fuel tank side mounts
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