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Carr Lane Manufacturing Co. Datasheets for Nuts

Nuts are a type of hardware fastener with a tapped inner diameter. They are used with a mating threaded bolt or rod to secure components. There are many sizes and varieties of nuts; each with a particular fastening purpose. Some nuts can be applied without tools, and others may have special designs to prevent the nut from loosening.


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Product Name Notes
Available in coarse thread sizes from #10-24 to 5/8-11 (M6 to M16 in metric). Also available in fine thread size #10-32 — see Dimensions page for part numbers.
Combination nut and washer that compensates whenever a stud and clamping surface are not exactly perpendicular. Heavy-hex nut, similar to a Flange Nut, except with a convex spherical radius underneath.
Extra-tall heavy-hex nut for joining two studs together to create an extra-long stud.
Heavy lock nut that can be tightened by hand or with an extension rod (1/4" or 6mm diameter). Large contact surface.
Heavy-hex nut with a flanged face. This large bearing surface prevents damage to the part underneath. Ideal for clamping over a slot. Fully machined from solid barstock for extra strength,...
High-quality heavy-hex jam nut. Available in steel or stainless steel.
High-quality heavy-hex nut. Available in steel or stainless steel.
Nut turns freely without pivoting while the contact pad remains stationary, to avoid moving or marring the workpiece.
Rotary T Nuts can be inserted from the top of a T slot, unlike normal T Nuts, which must be inserted from the end of the slot. This allows adding...
T Nuts are high-strength hardened nuts, fully machined to fit exactly in a specific machine-table T slot. Available in sizes for virtually any USA or metric machine-table slot, each with...
Tall heavy-hex nut with a closed end. Acorn Nuts cap off the end of a stud to prevent snagging or damage to the threads.