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    Default Need supplier for 360 or 330 full hard brass rod.

    Needing 3/16" diam 360 or 330 brass rod full hard (H04). The full hard is a must. The only quote we've been able to get is for 330 brass, but min purchase is 2,000 lbs and that's way more than we need. Anyone have a supplier for full hard brass? 330 or 360 is okay, just has to be full hard.

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    Does McMaster-Carr carry it?

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    It seems McMaster only carries H02 (half hard) brass rod.

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    Wasn't H04 the commonly sold temper until a few years ago when it changed to H02?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robert123 View Post
    Wasn't H04 the commonly sold temper until a few years ago when it changed to H02?
    I'm not sure. We purchased a couple of 12ft bars of H04 a couple years ago from one of our normal suppliers. I don't think it was an issue then.
    Looks like we're going to just buy this large min and have this on hand forever.

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    Try Online Metal.com Phone #888-527-3331 .They have the brass you want in any length you will need ,hope this helps.


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