|Price Ea.||Price 100||Price 1000||Buy|
|1/8"||.063 - .125||$0.34||$30.60||$272.00|
|.188 - .250||$0.49||$44.10||$392.00|
|.313 - .375||$0.71||$63.90||$568.00|
|.438 - .500||$0.57||$51.30||$456.00|
|1/8"||.063 - .125||$0.39||$35.10||$312.00|
|5/32"||.063 - .125||$0.43||$38.70||$344.00|
The self-plugging Cherry Blind Rivet is a 2 piece assy. - a hollow rivet and inner member or stem, drawn into or thru the hollow rivet. Cherry CR162 & CR163 series rivets are now replaced by CR9162 and CR9163 series rivets which are less expensive. (**See Accessories**)
NOTE: SUBJECT TO PRICE AND AVAILABILITY OF CHERRY BRAND RIVETS. EQUIVALANT RIVETS MAY BE FURNISHED.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
order was correct in regards to what I needed and it arrived in only two days. 5 Stars in my book !!!!
SELF-PLUGGING RIVET CR9163-4-4
Arrived incredibly fast for travelling to OZ - better than most local suppliers.
Love the self plugging rivets they are great for what I am doing.
I ordered CR9163-4-4 but got the wrong grip range, should have been the shorter grip range....new catalogue you sent should help
no need to review this rivets. But very fast shipping to Switzerland. Minus 1 star because of very expensiv shipping. I request order from european shop - shipping is cheaper, but product is more expensive. In fact: same Price, but faster from US. Regards, Ray from Switzerland
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Yes, the grip range is the material thickness to be joined.