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NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75

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SinglePack of 25
Part No.TypeGrip RangeLengthThread


The Rivet Nut is a one-piece internally threaded and counterbored tubular aluminum rivet that can be pulled up or headed while working entirely from one side, forming a bulge or head on the blind side. This upset is large enough to resist being pulled through metal or plastic even under conditions of eccentric load. It overcomes the difficulty of installing brackets, handles or other attachments to tubular pieces.
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NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75

November 21, 2023


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NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75

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NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75 (PACK OF 25)

August 10, 2023


Charles H Verified Purchase

NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75

September 2, 2021

high quality piece, worked as expected

John M Verified Purchase

NAS1329A08-75 RIVET NUT # A8-75

June 18, 2021

Worked like a charm..

Avery W
April 30, 2021

What else can I say. Rivnut that was the size I needed and worked well in my application.

Henry D
April 8, 2021

Good quality rivnut with corrosion protection

Jim L
March 17, 2021

Rivet nut works as designed. One will need to make a small tool to properly set them correctly. Easy enough to do. A simple solution to install threads in thin material, requiring a blind hole. Two thumbs up.

Dave M
February 16, 2021

Your basic rivnut. When properly installed, does its job. Make sure to file a small notch in the receiving aluminum to avoid any turning during use.

Geoff G
December 22, 2020


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Q: What’s the difference between keyed and non-keyed?

The keyed versions have a small tab on the side to prevent them from spinning and allow for more torque.

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