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bi22le

posted on 18/1/17 at 03:54 PM Reply With Quote
What are these things called

They may not be an off the shelf thing but. . .

Imagine an M6 threaded bar approx 50mm long about 10mm down is a nut that is formed onto the thread.

It means that you can use a spanner to put the bolt into a threaded hole and it provides you with a thread to put a nut on.

Any ideas?





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pekwah1

posted on 18/1/17 at 04:01 PM Reply With Quote
Sounds like a threaded rod with a nut welded on

But all joking aside, can you just do this, or a nyloc?

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pekwah1

posted on 18/1/17 at 04:05 PM Reply With Quote
Could be: "adjuster rod"
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hkp57

posted on 18/1/17 at 04:11 PM Reply With Quote
Not something I have come accross

Could you not just put in a piece of threaded rod and then lock it in with a nut?

Same end result, you can lock two nuts together onto the stud to screw it in then remove one but.





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loggyboy

posted on 18/1/17 at 04:27 PM Reply With Quote
Double end screw/bolt/stud is closest term I can find that brings up some results.


[Edited on 18-1-17 by loggyboy]






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peter030371

posted on 18/1/17 at 04:51 PM Reply With Quote
Bit like and exhaust stud but not seen one with a nut on.
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sheepish0001

posted on 18/1/17 at 05:24 PM Reply With Quote
Sounds like a male turnbuckle this brings up lots of similar things that you describe

I've seem then used with female rods ends and such

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bi22le

posted on 18/1/17 at 05:30 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the replies.

I think I have found the closest product. A male to male hex stand off.

In the end I am changing the design and going for these:

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/threaded-standoffs/8066663/?searchTerm=806-6663&relevancy-data=636F3D3126696E3D4931384E525353746F636B4E756D6265724D5 04E266C753D656E266D6D3D6D61746368616C6C26706D3D5E283F69292852537C5253207C52532D293F5C647B337D285C73293F5B5C732D2F255C2E2C5D285C73293F5C647B332C347D242 6706F3D313426736E3D592673743D52535F53544F434B5F4E554D4245522677633D4E4F4E45267573743D3830362D36363633267374613D3830363636363326

I need a cheap off the shelf product, I cant just make one in the garage. This is actually work related and I need 3000 of these a year!





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indykid

posted on 18/1/17 at 06:33 PM Reply With Quote
Double ended stud or double ended hex flange stud. They appear to be specials, but 3k a year might not make them silly money if you're willing to hold a year's stock.



[Edited on 18/1/17 by indykid]





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jacko

posted on 18/1/17 at 07:20 PM Reply With Quote
https://www.brickwerks.co.uk/double-ended-stud-m6-x-22-14.html

something like this
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Bluemoon

posted on 19/1/17 at 09:51 AM Reply With Quote
turnbuckle

http://www.swbmfg.com/titanium-turnbuckle/

[Edited on 19/1/17 by Bluemoon]

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MattD

posted on 19/1/17 at 10:00 AM Reply With Quote
A PV stud ??

http://www.lmcurbs.com/catalog/p-PV-Stud.cfm

https://www.rapidmaterials.com/products/universal-pv-stud-replacement-for-s-5-pv-kits?variant=1330783873

[Edited on 19/1/17 by MattD]

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