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Offline Housewiz

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Interesting fastener website
« on: 08.12. 2012 17:36 »
While searching the net for additional reference material, I came across an pretty useful website: www.britishfasteners.com

Lots of tools & fasteners, bolt grading info, and more.  And for a change, actually close to where I live.

Just wanted to share with the forum guys.

Thanks,

Steve

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Re: Interesting fastener website
« Reply #1 on: 08.12. 2012 18:45 »
 Good link Steve. You may need them with your mix of A10/A65. A10's have whitworth, cycle, bsf and ba threads. The A65's also have unf/unc.
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Re: Interesting fastener website
« Reply #2 on: 08.12. 2012 19:29 »
Here is another usefull link. (UK) Taps, dyes, nuts, bolts and all sorts of other stuff.
http://www.custom-fasteners.co.uk/index.htm
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Re: Interesting fastener website
« Reply #3 on: 09.12. 2012 09:36 »
And for those Down Under http://www.classicfasteners.com.au/ No connection with this business, just a happy customer
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Re: Interesting fastener website
« Reply #4 on: 09.12. 2012 16:46 »

 Handy and timely, I'll get on when I have a chance and see if they have some BSF rigging eye bolts.... or nuts (two- at least)*smile*
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