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Old 02-24-2014, 11:48 AM   #1
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Tamper Resistant nutz & boltz for LED light bars, etc

Before paying $40 for a tool and 2 nutz please look around.

Tamper resistant nutz have been around for decades.

Don't get ripped off buying "special" nutz that will cost you an arm and a leg to get and are easy to un-thread with simple hand tools and a nut.

McMaster-Carr (25) 1/4-20 nuts w/tool for $39.34 http://www.mcmaster.com/#tamper-resistant-nuts/=qu4ag0

http://www.tamperproofnuts.com/

http://www.losspreventionfasteners.c...FeYDOgodaBYApw

HIGHEST SECURITY screws & bolts in the word as of right now http://www.brycefastener.com/security/key-rex.cfm



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32huEG3UL1k


To anyone who wants to still pay $40 for a tool and two screws feel free to PM me. I need some people with to much money to help pay for my vacation next winter.
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Search Hi-Lok fasteners.

Anything I want secured, lockable tool mounts, lights, etc. Most people don't even know what they are and wouldn't even know how to remove them. Hex head breaks off at a certain torque and your left with a collar and a round head on the other side. Collars are self locking and can't back off or loosened with fingers.
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Before paying $40 for a tool and 2 nutz please look around.

Tamper resistant nutz have been around for decades.

Don't get ripped off buying "special" nutz that will cost you an arm and a leg to get and are easy to un-thread with simple hand tools and a nut.

McMaster-Carr (25) 1/4-20 nuts w/tool for $39.34 http://www.mcmaster.com/#tamper-resistant-nuts/=qu4ag0

http://www.tamperproofnuts.com/

http://www.losspreventionfasteners.c...FeYDOgodaBYApw

HIGHEST SECURITY screws & bolts in the word as of right now http://www.brycefastener.com/security/key-rex.cfm



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32huEG3UL1k


To anyone who wants to still pay $40 for a tool and two screws feel free to PM me. I need some people with to much money to help pay for my vacation next winter.


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Search Hi-Lok fasteners.

Anything I want secured, lockable tool mounts, lights, etc. Most people don't even know what they are and wouldn't even know how to remove them. Hex head breaks off at a certain torque and your left with a collar and a round head on the other side. Collars are self locking and can't back off or loosened with fingers.
Never would have thought about those... Only used them on aircraft.
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Never would have thought about those... Only used them on aircraft.

yea, I just looked them up... pretty pricey but if they are good enough for planes and missiles they must be good
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What's funny is when I worked in the prison everything was secured by these.. so you know they work lol
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Interesting. I havent seen the bryce products advertised anywhere I've seen before but they look good.
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What's funny is when I worked in the prison everything was secured by these.. so you know they work lol
Yea, I did a few bandit barriers in our Philly jails and we used all high security fasteners for everything.

Amazing the mark up the offroad shops try to get for these. I guess if people are willing to pay that much why not charge as much as you can. I know I try and get as much as I can for our products at my day job.

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Interesting. I havent seen the bryce products advertised anywhere I've seen before but they look good.

The less advertisement the better......means the criminals know less about them as well.
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The "random" profile in the Bryce head looks easy to round off with a little bit of rust. I hope Bryce makes them in stainless?
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The "random" profile in the Bryce head looks easy to round off with a little bit of rust. I hope Bryce makes them in stainless?
Per Bryce

"Is rust-proof, stainless steel or 4037CrV steel with 150,000 psi"

"When manufactured with the optional Raptor™ claw grip, it handles 20% more torque and provides more grip than any other security bolts and screws on the market"

or for more grip they also offer nutz



http://www.brycefastener.com/security/key-rex-nut.cfm
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