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Important Info

Lubrication

Stainless bolts are supplied totally degreased hence lubrication is essential on assembly. Molybdenum Disulphide grease or 'Copperslip' is suggested - Doubly essential with self locking nuts. 'Loctite' replaces lubricant if used.

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Tight nuts?!

If you experience difficulty screwing our BSCY and BSF nuts on by hand it's most likely just the very first thread which can get slightly deformed (unnoticable to the naked eye) during the polishing process. All that is required is a little grease and once the nut is wound on the bolt with a spanner the nut will free up.

Ordering Bar?

The maximum length per piece is 20". If ordering multiple long lengths or bar greater than 1/2" diameter we can ship upto 30" lengths, please call us with your order.

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Sending samples

Two or three will be identified free of charge. But larger quantities will be charged for at 10%. Use tie on lables only, and include payment card details.

Packaging

All quantities or fasteners below qty 40 will be packaged together in the same bag unless requested otherwise. The exception would be for similar fasteners that are not immediatley identified by eye (i.e. 1/4 BSF and 1/4 UNF nuts). If the order is very large (£200+) we will sort different thread types into different bags with the thread type shown on each bag.

What's a setscrew??

A setscrew is simply a bolt with no plain shank i.e. the thread goes right upto the head.

Lock nuts?! Nyloc?! Thin nuts?! What's what??

A lock nut is simply a thin nut. Two thin nuts are tightened against each other to 'lock' the nuts or stud. A Nyloc or Staytite nut is a 'self locking nut'.