|Material||Thread Size||Description||Part Number||Price||Buy|
|All Metal||6-32||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||8-32||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||10-32||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||1/4-28||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||5/16-24||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||3/8-24||Plain Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||6-32||Dimpled Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||8-32||Dimpled Rivet Holes|
|All Metal||10-32||Dimpled Rivet Holes|
Anchor nuts are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance.
All Metal Anchor Nut
I have used these fasteners for many purposes over the years. They install by riveting, and since I usually used them close to edges of cowlings and panels, a rivet squeezer usually could be used, and made the job easy. The receptacles have a vibration-resistant feature (like metal lock nuts), and I have never had any machine screws inadvertently backing out or coming loose from them. The standard (full size) have enough space to install a Cleco and easily drill the hole to the other side.
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Im not sure what to say. Its a 6-32 blind nut that does what it is designed for
Exactly as advertised
just what I ordered
The tech data lists a few approved steel materials. Please review the Tech Data document in the "Tech Data" tab of this web page for all available information regarding these anchor nuts.
The diameter is 3/32", but grip can vary. CCC-32 is a commonly used pull type flush rivet to attach anchor nuts.
They will take a 3/32" diameter rivet.