M5 Stainless Washers and Nuts

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M5 Stainless Washers and Nuts

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All our M5 hardware is for the standard .08 threads and will fit any M5 bolts we sell.

We have a variety of washers and nuts for every bike application.

We have standard small headed washers, always recommended to go under the head of a bolt, and under any nut.

We have split lock washers, that I believe should never be used and have been demonstrated to make things come loose faster than no washer at all. But, hey, some people like the look or whatever.

We have star lock washers, totes cool, I recommend them under bolt heads holding fender stays to drop out eyelets without any other washer! or use a few of them under standard washers when installing lights to keep them tight enough not to move on their own, but just loose enough so that you can adjust them on the fly without tools!

Fender washers are larger washers for when you want to spread the load over a delicate surface. I like using these on the inside of fenders, or whenever bolting though leather or alloy.

We have two nuts, normal and nylock. I always recommend nylock and will pitch normal nuts in the trash and replace with nylock anywhere i can. The differnence is that nylock nuts have a tight little nylon ring in them that the bolt cuts into. This then swells and holds tight around the threads.

Nylock makes a lot of sense on things like bikes that just roll down the bumpy old road trying to have everything rattle loose! I've never had a nylock rattle loose! I've had every non nylock nut come loose at least a few times that I've ever used on my own bikes! Most parts don't come with Nylock...

Nylock nuts need to have at least one full thread poke all the way through the nylon insert at the end of the nut. So better to have a bolt that's a little too long than a little to short. Long bolts can always be cut or ground down a bit.

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