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Rivet Nuts Countersunk Head

From $0.22 to $0.29
Part No. Keyed/
Keyless
Grip Range Length Thread Price Buy
NAS1330A06K106Keyed.065-.106.5006-32$0.25
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NAS1330A06106Keyless.065-.106.5006-32$0.29
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NAS1330A08K106Keyed.065-.106.5008-32$0.27
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NAS1330A08106Keyless.065-.106.5008-32$0.22
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Overview

The Rivet Nut is a one-piece internally threaded and counterbored tubular aluminum rivet that can be pulled up or headed while working entirely from one side, forming a bulge or head on the blind side. This upset is large enough to resist being pulled through metal or plastic even under conditions of eccentric load. It overcomes the difficulty of installing brackets, handles or other attachments to tubular pieces.

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First time using these and they work very well

Ed T Verified Purchase

NAS1330A08K106 C-SK RIVET NUT KEY

October 14, 2022

First time using these and they work very well

Ed T Verified Purchase

NAS1330A08K106 C-SK RIVET NUT KEY

October 14, 2022

First time using these and they work very well

Ed T Verified Purchase

NAS1330A08K106 C-SK RIVET NUT KEY

October 14, 2022

Easier/simpler than nut plates (where these can be used) -- can even be installed with HFreight rivet tool. Top quality -- be sure to order keyed so that they wont turn in use.

Mac F Verified Purchase

NAS1330A08K106 C-SK RIVET NUT KEY

August 17, 2021

Worked great

Regg W Verified Purchase

NAS1330A08-106 COUNTERSUNK RIVET NUT

July 7, 2021

NAS1330A08106 Worked real well for a removable mechanical fastener vs rivets for a full size acrylic door. I needed to trim a 1/16 off the back side to fit flush after counter-sinking. Pulled easy with only one failure fifty due to my own fault. Easy fix. Note - If you keep pulling to hard after 75-85% of the pull is complete, you will strip the threads. Make a few test pulls to get the feel of it.

Brett B
December 10, 2018

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: What is the difference in keyless and keyed?

The keyed versions have a tab or key that prevents them from rotating during the install. You would have to notch the material to make a slot for this key.

Q: What is the degree of the countersunk head?

This will have a 100 degree countersunk head.

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