|Cad Plated Phillips||Camloc Fastener Stud||26S8-8|
2600 STUD LENGTH SELECTION
Total material thickness “G” consists of the thickness of all materials to be fastened. This must include the thickness of the material “P” to which the stud assembly is attached, the material “F” to which the receptacle is attached plus gaskets (if used) and allowance for paint or other protective finishes. If the total thickness is near the upper limit of the stud grip range, the next longer stud should be used. This will still maintain positive locking of the fastener under vibration.
P (panel thickness)..................... .062
F (frame thickness................... + .062
GRIP (total thickness).............. = .124
We ordered a variety of lengths to allow for minor variations in thickness of the fiberglass that these will be passing through. They are very forgiving though.
Quick delivery. Good price. To spec.
Spruce sells only the best quality hardware. These are exactly on spec.
I needed this badly and arrived very quickly. Thank you.
My only complaint is the freight cost.
Very good I havent received the back ordered studs as of yet.
I did get the -3s
These worked well on my 1969 C150. They made the cowl fit much tighter. As always, they were delivered quickly by Aircraft Spruce, a great company in my experience.
A small item but was shipped promptly and was exactly what I needed.
I ordered 2-#3’s and received 1-#8 and 1-#2 in a bag marked #3’s. I called and with no argument the representative told me she would have the manager hand pull 2 of the correct part and rush them to me. Everyone makes mistakes, it’s how there handled that makes the difference. Thanks.
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.
No, they are not stainless steel. Both 2600-8 and 212-12N are yellow cadmium plated steel.
This is the formula to figure out the S dimension:
S= .73 + (.03 x Dash No.)
Example: 2600-4 S=.73 +(.03 x 4) , stud length is .85"
No, they can not be used with the 214-16ND units. The 214-16ND require the 4000 series studs. The 212-12ND does work with the 2600 series studs.
Camloc is manufactured by Alcoa, and C-Spec is manufactured by Milspec Products, but are interchangable. The stud head appearance are slightly different, but function the same.
The spring force is not listed in the Camloc information. We have no records of any difference in the spring strength either.