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    Talking Name this Fastener!

    If you can!

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    Spec:
    16mm hex, with 4mm hole and circumferential channel for split pin
    8mm dia x 19mm deep hole down from top of hex head
    14mm dia shoulder, flattened to 11.5 mm
    8mm dia x 25 mm long shaft, internally threaded with M4 x 0.5 mm

    good luck!

    Bonus points for identifying the item for sale somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by good.darts View Post
    If you can!

    img_7652-1-.jpg

    img_7651-1-.jpg

    img_7650-1-.jpg

    Spec:
    16mm hex, with 4mm hole and circumferential channel for split pin
    8mm dia x 19mm deep hole down from top of hex head
    14mm dia shoulder, flattened to 11.5 mm
    8mm dia x 25 mm long shaft, internally threaded with M4 x 0.5 mm

    good luck!

    Bonus points for identifying the item for sale somewhere
    Absolutely no idea but I'm proud to say that I didn't make it. I would have had to work hard to get finishes and burrs like that.

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    long time since i've seen one of those.

    "hexagonally inverted steloid camsnapper"

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    I believe it's a Internal thread "Snap Screw or it maybe a snap nut" I used to bolt down hardened plates and we wold torque the bolt down until the top hex broke and then we would grind, file the rough surface left. It was probably made for a special job. I have never seen an internal one. It might be called a snap nut?
    Shear Snap Off Nuts Bolts & Fasteners | Fastenright Ltd

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    Looks like a transverse rod connector of some kind. Not sure of source though.


    Best Regards,
    Bob

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    That's a splonge valve trunkling guide cross pin, from a Mk 37 B.2 Turboencabulator (Type - Southern Hemisphere)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    That's a splonge valve trunkling guide cross pin, from a Mk 37 B.2 Turboencabulator (Type - Southern Hemisphere)
    Also used on the pre-war Essex Tri-Directional.

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    Was it made from billet?

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    That’s a bolt.

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    His name is Fred.

    /thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    Was it made from billet?
    I doubt it; judging by the zinc coating it's totally a Grade 5 Home Depot fly by night contractor special, hence the burrs too. Limy Sami might be right it's off a turboencabulator but if so it's one of these modern not nice to work on units, not the elegant brass and glass turboencabulators of yore.

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    That's what an aged sex-bolt looks like after excessive time from being upside down (in the southern hemisphere....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by R. Dan View Post
    Also used on the pre-war Essex Tri-Directional.
    Was it? …………...blimey, I never knew that,

    Cheers mate - I owe you one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    Was it? …………...blimey, I never knew that,

    Cheers mate - I owe you one.
    You might well owe him one,he won't get it. OK sorry, I'll make a brew.

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    Bloody kids

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    Custom bolt -- to customer specs.

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    Name it? OK, lets call it a squack.

    But I really don't it even deserves a name.

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    Does the internal threaded go all the way down to the cross hole? If so, I'd guess it's some form of electrical binding post for fastening wires.

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    It's a wrench to open a can of spam.

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    Isn’t that a machine screw thread Sammy rod hanger ? Any industrial supply such as Graingers

    Prob not metric but just Loose inch threads ( or could be metric, just saw you are down under)

    Ps, not a joke reference to you limey! Google Sammy rod hanger bolt!!


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