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COUNTERSUNK WASHERS

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MFG No. PN Screw Size I.D.
(in.)
O.D.
(in.)
Approx.
Thickness
Price Price per
100
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A3236-012-193
A3236-012-193
6.140.500.016"$0.248--
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A3135-017-193
A3135-017-193
8.171.560.024"$0.18$14.40
Quantity
A3235-028-193
04-02036
10.196.750.035"$0.12$9.60
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Overview

Washers for use with 100 flat-head screws such as MS24693 and MS24694 machine screws and NAS548 sheet metal screws to provide reinforced, low-profile attachments. Made of spring steel, Zinc plated.

Reviews

quality item - all items are exactly the same - no burrs & dimples are correct.

Gary C Verified Purchase

WASHER A3235-028-193 TINNERMAN

July 6, 2021

good quality

Dayton M Verified Purchase

WASHER A3235-028-193 TINNERMAN

June 12, 2021

good quality

Dayton M Verified Purchase

TINNERMAN WASHER ALT.FW135-17

June 12, 2021

Use as mention will be perfect for my hydroplane,

Macsheen H Verified Purchase

WASHER A3235-028-193 TINNERMAN

May 24, 2021

These washer fit and function as expected.

Jeff B
April 21, 2021

Very good product, just what I needed.

Barry L
February 17, 2021

Washers will work out perfect, got them within three days after submitting the order.

Vixsee
September 7, 2020

product as ordered and quick shipped Great service Great people

Michael B
July 6, 2020

Every kick the can over and lose a couple of pieces of hardware. Having a bag or these special washers in the shop will ensure a quick recovery from your awkwardness and get the airplane back together again.

Jeffrey F
December 23, 2018

Work Great! Thank you!

Bill T
September 23, 2018

Q&A

Q: What is the material thickness of these countersunk washers?

Approximate material thicknesses: #6 = 0.016", #8 = 0.024", #10 = 0.035", 1/4 = 0.035".

Q: Are these Tinnerman countersunk washers silver in color or yellow?

These washers are silver.

Q: What size countersink tool should be used?

For this particular part number you would want a .140-.147" hole, a #28 or #27 drill would work.

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