Attention: Avdel has changed the mandrel design for some of their Cherry "N" Rivets. The change has not effected the strength of the rivet.
finally a good quality rivet
Fast service, and the item I needed. Thank you for keeping stock up, especially in these interesting times.
It was delivered reasonably quick. Very much appreciated.
Worked as advertised
Comon guys... Their S/S Cherry Rivets, and they work as advertised.
These rivets were quite riveting.
Very good rivet. I was concerned tensile strength was too high for thin fiberglass cowling, but I was wrong. With 120 degree, there is still adequate thickness in countersink and install is flawless.
Excellent, just as ordered
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Yes, the shear and tensile strength information can be found in the "Overview" tab of this web page. Rivet CCP-42 is a Cherry N Rivet with 1/8" diameter. The shear strength of this rivet is 450 lbs and the tensile strength is 600 lbs.
You will need a general pop rivet gun / tool. Part number 12-00178 for example.
Yes, a keyword search for CR3213 on our website will bring the correct page to the search results.
Yes, these are priced and sold per rivet.
The grip is the material thickness that the rivet can attach.