Anchor nuts are designed for blind mounted applications where it is impractical to use hex nuts or where it is desirable to have an attached nut for ease of maintenance.
Everything arrived on time as ordered
Great for where you need a smaller nut plate.
Available in a minature and full size rivet spacing. Both are equally tough.
Excellent nut plate for limited space applications and maximum structural strength is not required.
High quality item, but it is very fragile looking. Definitely, not for heavy duty use. For my purposes, I ended up ordering Part #AN366F-1032A MS21078-3, which served my purposes much better.
This anchor nut was WAY smaller than I thought it would have been. The 10/32 thread needed to be re-tapped before it was usable.
MS21069L3 NUT, TWO LUG ANCHOR
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Yes, these all metal anchor nuts are self locking. You can use MK1000-08 for your application.
Yes, the MK1000-04 has 4-40 threads.
The thickness for the nut plate where the rivet passes through would be .047". As for what the grip length for the rivets that you need would depend on your application of which you are trying to rivet these to.
The mounting holes are .098". 3/32" rivets are used to attach them.