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SKU: R1744 5/16" Threaded Weld washers, Set of 6

5/16" Threaded Weld washers, Set of 6
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Purchase 5/16" Threaded Weld washers, Set of 6
  • 5/16" Threaded Weld washers, Set of 6

  • ★★★★★ ★★★★★ 2 reviews
  • Part Number: R1744
  • Shipping Weight: 0.60 pounds

  • $22.95

These are the 3rd variation of our Weld Washers.

These are a little different in that they are not really meant to repair a hole. These are made to create a bolt on position for anything you need to bolt on.

Lets face it, its pretty hard to tap a .120 wall tube. And even if you do, there's just not enough material to get a strong thread. These make it easy! Just drill a 3/4" hole, drop in one of these washers and weld them up. Every Fab Shop could use 100 a week if not more!

These come in 3 bolt sizes (5/16"-24 TPI, 3/8", & 1/2" Fine Thread) and packages of 6. They fit into a 3/4" drilled hole so they are good for down to about 1 1/4" tube or any flat plate. This picture shows the 3 different sizes mounted in a 1 1/2" tube.

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Erik Bladh (Sonora, CA, US) | February 18th, 2020
Was able to repair the steering gear mounting holes in the frame of my YJ. The factory well nuts had rusted and broke. Ordered the 5/16, drilled them out and tapped new threads for the 7/16 bolt. The weld nuts were easy to rework, no problems at all! Drill out the frame, and welded it up. Worked Perfectly! Thanks Ruff Stuff
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Adam James (Milwaukie, OR, US) | October 24th, 2019
I bought these things not knowing what to really do with them. I took a small piece of flat steel, cut and folded it into a box for a switch panel. Then I used these weld washers to make a mount off of my roll cage! These things gave me the inspiration to make it happen.

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