|OEM Number||Head Style||Stud Length (Material Thickness)||Material|
|82-11-240-20||Oval - Slotted||.230 - .249||Stainless Steel|
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Tragic that there is NOT a full size photo on a graph grid. The fastener delivered had wings was NOT countersunk. Returned the fasteners.
SOUTHCO FASTENER 82-11-240-20
Worked well Arrived when said
I got the stainless to replace some galvanized that were falling off. Very nice finish.
This item was sent as ordered, in the quantity needed and the quality is very good.
Product is fine but Aircraft Spruces online catalog uses one picture for a family of parts which means you have to be careful that you are getting the right part.
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It is a sealant over the zinc coating to help with corrosion.
No, they do not.
The 82 would be the series of the fastener. 19 would be the head style, 120 is the length and 20 is the material. Please refer to our tech data and size information sheet under the documents tab for this information.
No, these do not have FAA PMA approval on their own.