Fastener Reference


Reference information handy in one place - part numbers, aftermarket equivalents, circuit diagrams, and more
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Fastener Reference

Post by WingAdmin » Thu Sep 03, 2015 7:26 pm



Fasteners of every kind!

Nut types
Nut types


Drive types
Drive types


Fastener head types
Fastener head types


Common fastener types
Common fastener types


Screws and bolts
Screws and bolts


Screw types
Screw types


Head style
Head style


Drive types
Drive types


Washer types
Washer types




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Re: Fastener Reference

Post by FM-USA » Mon Sep 07, 2015 7:41 am

WAY-way back when I worked in hardware stores, ours was the first (and test bed) to get the specialty fastener system.
I'm sure you seen'm, those dozens & dozens of pull out drawers of "X". The chromed ones are usually under glass & locked.
MAN-O-MAN that was eye candy for me. It was like I had my erector set again but for adults. :P
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Know its new taste and be loyal, you'll know when to change that oil.
Taste testing as those miles flow, souring as that acid grows.
And don't flirt with dirt or darkened oil, all the faster your engine will spoil.

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