Available with various head styles and material options.
Typical usage is the quick installation of corner lights or light pods on rally cars, nose cones on formula cars, dashboard panels…
Maximum tensile strength: 1.330 N ¹
Working load: 900 N
Having the correct grip length is quite crucial to achieve the correct tension of the linkage.
When replacing or ordering spare parts for an existing application, check the small number stamped on the head of the stud. This shows the dash number which indicates stud length. It’s also possible to measure the total stud length and send us the dimensions so we can determine the correct partnumber for you.
For the design of a new application you can consult our table below and accompanying drawings, containing information regarding which stud length and type of receptacle you need for the required total panel thickness [T].
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