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Camrail Bolt, 3/4-10x2 3/4 In L, PK10

CAMRAIL

Price: $122.25 / pkg. of 10

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  • Item # 19N047
  • Mfr. Model # 788-74200-945
  • UNSPSC # 31161603
  • Catalog Page # 2784
  • Shipping Weight 4.55 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemCamrail Bolt
  • Thread Size3/4-10
  • Length2-3/4"
  • Grade8
  • Drive SystemAudi Torx (E-20)
  • Head StyleTruss
  • MaterialAlloy Steel
  • FinishCam Koat

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I have a customer asking about the torque value of these bolts before he orders them from me.
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A torque rating would imply the amount of torque applied just before the threads strip out. If that were the case the length of the nut would need to be considered. There are no torque ratings specified for the reason that the nut thickness and other factors would have to be considered.

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