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Position materials and components where you need them with plastic spacers and standoffs from Grainger. Also available in metals, they come in several cross sections and in assortments or single-type packs. Guarantee smooth, untangled cables in-between and around panels with a round nylon spacer. Reduce component contact, elevate stacked sections and ensure enough room for heat to dissipate with hex plastic standoffs. Mate cables securely with a jack screw. Grainger helps you keep wires and components organized with the spacers and standoffs you are looking for.

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Where are the metric parts?
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We have metric items at Grainger. We do not have any metric items in the areas of spacers and stand-offs.

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I have a hollow tube with a stripped anchor on the front of my Ranch Hand type of truck grill guard. The current anchor is fastened to the brace with a 5/16" bolt. What type of expansion or other anchor could be used to replace this fastener? The grill guard is probably 2 1/2" in diameter.

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Unfortunately, there are not enough details to obtain a clear picture of this specific problem. Based on information provided, it may be possible to use a form of thread insert designed to accept the 5/16” bolt….we would need to verify if this is a 5/16-18 (UNC) or 5/16-24 (UNF) thread. There are many versions of insert, from a heli-coil, to a rivet-nut, to a well nut. For your consideration, part number 3ZLV7 is an example, of a well nut, and is the easiest to install. Please call 1-800-323-0620 if you would like to pursue this.
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Grainger does not currently offer any metric hex stand-offs. Please consider a metric coupling nut; part number 1JE25. This is an M6 X 1.00 thread, at 38mm long. This will be a hex, with a measurement of 11mm flat to flat.

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