Internet #204633312

Model # 800686

Store SKU #211499

0887480006865

1/4 in.-20 x 6 in. Zinc Plated Hex Bolt

  • Easy to install with a wrench
  • Great strength to weight ratio
  • Quick disassembly for repairs and maintenance
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Product Overview

  • Easy to install with a wrench
  • Great strength to weight ratio
  • Quick disassembly for repairs and maintenance
Hex bolts are hexagonal head fasteners with machine threads. They are commonly used for machinery and construction projects, both residential and commercial. Fully threaded sizes provide excellent grip strength. Partially threaded sizes help where shear resistance is important. Secure with a corresponding nut or use in a tapped (threaded) hole.
  • Used to connect both metal and wood components
  • Made from zinc plated steel for durability
  • Use with a 7/16 in. drive
  • Fully threaded
  • Includes 1 hex bolt to complete your project

Product Overview

  • Easy to install with a wrench
  • Great strength to weight ratio
  • Quick disassembly for repairs and maintenance
Model #: 800686
Sku #: 211499
Internet #: 204633312

Hex bolts are hexagonal head fasteners with machine threads. They are commonly used for machinery and construction projects, both residential and commercial. Fully threaded sizes provide excellent grip strength. Partially threaded sizes help where shear resistance is important. Secure with a corresponding nut or use in a tapped (threaded) hole.

  • Used to connect both metal and wood components
  • Made from zinc plated steel for durability
  • Use with a 7/16 in. drive
  • Fully threaded
  • Includes 1 hex bolt to complete your project

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Price
52¢
65¢
90¢
$1.32
Ratings (4) (10) (7) (23)
Fastener Plating Zinc Zinc Zinc Zinc
Fastener/Connector Material Steel Steel Steel Steel
Size 1/4 in 1/4 in 5/16 in 3/8 in
Fastener Length 5-1/2 in 6 in 6 in 6 in
Package Quantity 1 1 1 1
Measurement Standard UNC UNC UNC UNC
Fastener Length (in.) 5.5 6 6 6
Fastener Thread Type Coarse Coarse Coarse Coarse
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
0.44 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6.17 in
Assembled Width (in.)
0.5 in
Fastener Length (in.)
6
Head diameter (in.)
0.44

Details

ACQ Rated Fastener
No
Drive Style
Hex
Fastener Length
6 in
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Thread Type
Coarse
Fastener Type
Hex Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Material
Steel
Measurement Standard
UNC
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.09lb
Returnable
180-Day
Size
1/4 in

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
0.44 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6.17 in
Assembled Width (in.)
0.5 in
Fastener Length (in.)
6
Head diameter (in.)
0.44

Details

ACQ Rated Fastener
No
Drive Style
Hex
Fastener Length
6 in
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Thread Type
Coarse
Fastener Type
Hex Bolt
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Material
Steel
Measurement Standard
UNC
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.09lb
Returnable
180-Day
Size
1/4 in

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

Are this strong enough for heavy duty framing? e.g. bolting one 2x8 collar tie, with two pieces o...

Are this strong enough for heavy duty framing? e.g. bolting one 2x8 collar tie, with two pieces of 2x8 rafters together?
Asked by: Roy
To correct the previous answer which was WRONG, the answer is NO ! You could find this just by googling it: SAE Bolt Strength Bolt Safe Working Loads (lbs) (Safe tensile load at 6,000 psi load) (Safe shear strength at 7500 psi load) BoltDia(in) NF Thread Grade 2 Iron Bolt 1/4 200 160 5/16 340 270 3/8 510 410 Since you said collar tie: A collar beam or collar is a horizontal member between two rafters and is very common in domestic roof construction. ... A tie in building construction is an element in tension rather than compression and most collar beams are designed to work in compression to keep the rafters from sagging. 1/4" grade 2 (actually ungraded) are not suitable for that, they will be subjected to a lot of vibration from wind load and wall movement and will snap when flexed enough. If you are building a 1 story shed or cabin, okay fine, it will probably be passable in a hack sort of way. What you want is a minimum of (grade 5) 3/8" or (grade 8) 5/16" bolts. Stainless steel nylon lock nuts, with alloy washers under head bolt and nut. On most houses you are holding up literally tons of wood and roofing material, it has to survive wind loads, ice and snow loads, and trees hitting it. Most ties will list what are needed to attach them. When it says a 12D nail, it means a 12D nail. When it says to use their grade 5 hex bolt with a special shoulder, that is what you should use. What you really need is an engineer to give paid advice and sign off on what you are doing, according to your local building codes. Barring that, better safe then sorry. I built off road trailers and many times I use 1/4" ungraded bolts for testing, but, once stuff is working, many times I replace with grade 8 bolts. You can get two 1/4" drive ratchets, put two nuts on the end of the grade 2 bolt, put the bolt through a 2x4, hold the bolt with one ratchet, and twist the last nut until the bolt breaks. Now try it with a (grade 5) 3/8" bolt.
Answered by: JohnAtlanta
Date published: 2020-07-05
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