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Castle Nuts Nc Zinc

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Castle Nuts Nc Zinc
image 1-8 CASTLE NUTS NC-
Item # 65348
$9.99 LB

Castle nuts from Agri Supply have a profile you can't miss. Slotted hex nuts have a crenellated end so that a pin or wire inserted through the bolt will hold the nut in place. Cotter pin nuts among our zinc nuts and fasteners are made to last, able to resist rust and corrosion. Castellated nuts are just a few of the choices among the many types of fasteners we carry in our 26,000 products for farm, shop, home and garden.

Castle nuts come in different sizes so you have choices. Also called slotted hex nuts, our castellated nuts are an answer to your fastener needs.

Castle nuts from Agri Supply have a distinctive profile, looking like the crenellated parapets of a European castle. Also called slotted hex nuts, castellated nuts are used with clevis bolts, AN bolts, eyebolts and studs with holes drilled in the shanks. These cotter pin nuts allow you to secure them in low-torque applications, such as for holding a wheel bearing in place. Castellated nuts are designed to be fairly rugged.

Keep castle nuts on hand so you can replace them quickly and easily when working with your equipment, whether on the farm or at the construction site. Our slotted hex nuts are guaranteed for a one year with our own warranty because we believe in quality. Cotter pin nuts can be used with a cotter pin or even a piece of wire in a pinch. Zinc nuts and fasteners offer an extra bit of protection from corrosion as well.