|Description||Part Number||Thread Size||Package Quantity|
|364-440 SS STOP NUT||04-01501||4-40||25|
|Stainless Steel Stop Nut|
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Great little nut.
Common high grade commercial fastener.
Obviously, except for being made of corrosion resistant steel as opposed to whatever grade the cad plated ones are made of, these commercial grade nuts appear to be identical to the AN version. I understand that it is not good practice to use stainless nuts with stainless bolts, but since I rarely install stainless bolts I think Ill start using more stainless stop nuts where appropriate
Quality commercial grade SS stop nuts. Aircraft Spruce beats the pricing of local home improvement and hardware stores, hands down!
Great project part for student projects.
Right size for project. Fast shipping
A little confusion with the order, but it all got done eventually,
Learned that stainless steel bolts are NOT compatible with stainless steel elastic nuts... beats me as to why not but this you tube explains alot. https://youtu.be/HC4KiulYs68
requested all steel stop nuts. received nylok type (which is the number in the Cessna parts book.
absolutely do not use these nuts with stainless steel bolts... the nylon is so tite that they lock up as the bolt goes through it/ the result is literally breaking the bolt to get it off the nut. ended up taking a large amount of time to get them off
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These are made from 18-8 stainless steel.
365 are standard. 364 are low profile.
The commercial hardware does not have certs, other than that they are basically the same.