|Description||Thread Size||Part Number||Price||Buy|
|MS21043-04 HEX NUT||4-40|
|MS21043-06 HEX NUT||6-32|
|MS21043-08 HEX NUT||8-32|
|MS21043-3 HEX NUT||10-32|
|MS21043-4 HEX NUT||1/4-28|
|MS21043-5 HEX NUT||5/16-24|
|MS21043-6 HEX NUT||3/8-24|
MS21043 Hex Nut, often referred to as jet nuts or reduced hex nuts.
Less 20% for quantity 100/Part No.
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Besides a fair price Aircraft Spruce is one of the few suppliers that offers these nuts individually, instead of packs of 10.
MS21043-5 HEX NUT
Great light weight high temp nuts that are same strength as a nyloc nut but less than half the weight.
I was wrong, stainless steel nut
these are alloy/aluminum or something.... I ordered bunch of the wrong ones like this, expected steel..... Hope this helps someone
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This specific nut will have a 10-32 threads. The screw you choose will depend on your application. To use MS21043-3 the screw or bolt will just need to have 10-32 threads.
Yes they are Stainless steel. Alloy 660.