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Manufactured from accuracy stainless steel wire for strength, wearproof and durability.
Once fitted their position is held by the radial pressure between the coils and the flanks of the drilled hole.
Increase connection strength and fatigue resistance due to the elasticity of wire thread inserts.
Provide strong internal thread which resist heat and when installed.
Great choice for restoring damaged threads in steel, iron, aluminum and anywhere metal threads become stripped, crossed or damaged.
Features: Provide strong internal thread which resist heat and wheninstalled. Once fitted their position is held by the radial pressure betweenthe coils and the flanks of the drilled hole. Manufactured from accuracy stainless steel wire for strength, wearproofand durability. Increase connection strength and fatigue resistance due to theelasticity of wire thread inserts. Great choice for restoring damaged threads in steel, iron, aluminumand anywhere metal threads become stripped, crossed or damaged.
Specifications: Model: M5 Material: Stainless steel Weight: Approx. 92g Â Package Includes: 30 x M5*0.8*2dÂ Wire Thread Inserts 1 x Twist Drill Bits 1 x Wrench 1 x Thread Taps 1 x Breaking Pin ToolÂ Note: Please note that the new type and old type of this product will be sent randomly, and make sure you will not mind before ordering.
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