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Old 03-15-2012, 10:37 AM   #1
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Nord-lock washers

Just wondering if anyone had 4 nord-lock washers to fit a 3/8" bolt that they wouldn't mind selling. Looked everywhere around where I live and cant find any. I could order off eBay but don't want to buy 50 of them for $30.

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Those are pretty cool! I had to google them to find out what they even were...
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Just out of curiousity, what are you using them for? We use them all the time on drilling equipment since they're just about the only thing that will hold up to the vibrations.

Any industrial hardware supplier should be able to order these for you. If you find one who regularly stocks them, I would think they could sell you a few sets for relatively cheap. Also remember that they're available in plated steel as well as stainless; expect the stainless to cost nearly twice as much as the plated steel.
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Just out of curiousity, what are you using them for? We use them all the time on drilling equipment since they're just about the only thing that will hold up to the vibrations.

Any industrial hardware supplier should be able to order these for you. If you find one who regularly stocks them, I would think they could sell you a few sets for relatively cheap. Also remember that they're available in plated steel as well as stainless; expect the stainless to cost nearly twice as much as the plated steel.
I'll be using them for installing ice scratchers on a snowmobile, these things take a lot of vibration and need something to really secure them.
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I'll be using them for installing ice scratchers on a snowmobile, these things take a lot of vibration and need something to really secure them.
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