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Old 01-30-2007, 08:26 PM
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Nuts and Bolts - Looking For

Would someone be able to provide a few online resources for nuts and bolts.
I'm looking for "Flanged Head Hex Nuts" 5/16 by approx. 18 thread count, possibly stainless steel. Thanks in advance...l

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www.use-enco.com

www.mcmastercarr.com

Either place should have what you are looking for
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You could also try these guys:

www.totallystainless.com

Very big selection and the place to go for stainless fasteners.

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A couple of good sources for hardware:

McMaster-Carr
http://www.mcmaster.com/

ARP
http://www.arp-bolts.com/Catalog/Catalog.html

You can see an earlier post about McMaster Carr here
McMaster-Carr for supplies

I've had SUPER response from both companies

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Ditto McMaster Carr, fast shipping and they are never out of anything I have ordered from them. I use them at work also, much more efficient than our local suppliers.

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And one that I like is J&L Industries
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