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Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?
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Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?

Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?

(OP)
greatings, I have the following question about a replacement of a nut din 934 cl 8 M16 for a din 555C cl 10, its is permissible to do this change usn the same bolt din 933 M16 (length x) cl 8.8

RE: Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?

Yeah, the DIN philosophy of nuts being "stronger" than screws is not something I had heard of until just a couple of years ago ( I work in the USA ).

RE: Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?

(OP)
Thanks, I´m kind of green with DIN specifications and nuts and bolts specifications.
I cannot access to the wurth catalogue

RE: Bolts din 933 with nuts din 555 C?

(OP)
thanks a lot DIK

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