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    3 Products

    Coupling Nuts
    3D CAD models available

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Coupling Nuts. Coupling Nuts.
    Also known as extension nuts, these are commonly used to connect lengths of threaded rod and join threaded parts.
    Low-Strength Steel
    Rated Grade 2 or lower, these are about half as strong as medium-strength steel coupling nuts. Use them with threaded rods that have a comparable strength rating to avoid stripping threads during installation.
    Zinc-Plated Steel—A step up from plain steel, the zinc plating withstands occasional exposure to moisture.
    Each
    Thread
    Size
    Lg.
    Wd.
    Threading
    1-9
    10-Up
    Zinc-Plated Steel
    1 1/4"-12
    3"1 5/8"Fully Threaded000000000000000000000
     
    High-Strength Steel
    Rated Grade 8 or Class 10, these are about 25% stronger than medium-strength steel coupling nuts. Use them with threaded rods that have a comparable strength rating to avoid stripping threads during installation.
    Zinc-Plated Steel—A step up from plain steel, the zinc plating withstands occasional exposure to moisture.
    Each
    Thread
    Size
    Lg.
    Wd.
    Fastener Strength
    Grade/Class
    Threading
    1-9
    10-Up
    Zinc-Plated Steel
    1 1/4"-12
    3"1 7/8"SAE Grade 8
    Fully Threaded000000000000000000000
     

    High-Profile Hex Nuts
    3D CAD models available

    Image of Product. Front orientation. Hex Nuts. High-Profile Hex Nuts.
    Slightly taller than standard-profile hex nuts, these have a larger gripping area so your wrench or socket won't slip off as you tighten them. They're often used in vehicles and machinery where fasteners can be difficult to reach.
    High-Strength Steel
    Rated Grade 8, Grade C, or Class 10, these nuts are about 25% stronger than medium-strength steel nuts. They are commonly used to fasten components in valves, pumps, motors, and other high-stress applications. To avoid stripped threads during installation, make sure your screw has a comparable strength rating.
    Steel—Best for dry environments since moisture will cause these nuts to rust.
    Thread
    Size
    Wd.
    Ht.
    Fastener Strength
    Grade/Class
    Specs.
    Met
    Pkg.
    Qty.
    Pkg.
    Steel
    1 1/4"-12
    1 13/16"1 5/8"SAE Grade 8
    SAE J995
    1000000000000000
     
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