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Black or Galvanized Metric Carriage Bolts Grade 8, Cup Head Bolts
Carriage bolts, also called coach bolts, cup head bolts, which are bolts with a cup head or a mushroom head and square neck. Metric carriage bolts are most common seen in wood applications, metal to wood connection applications.
- Material: Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, Stainless Stell, 1008, 1010, 1015
- Application: Wood application, wood to metal connection
- Package: Small box, or 25kgs/carton, 36cartons/pallet
- Delivery: 45 days
- Customized black carriage bolts and nuts are available as per your samples or design.
What are carriage bolts?
Carriage bolts are round head square neck bolts, which also called cup head square neck bolts, including standard DIN 603 and ISO 8677.
Why is it called a carriage bolt?
As its name suggest, carriage bolts are first designed for the construction of carriages and their wheels.
What are carriage bolts used for?
A carriage bolt, also called coach bolt, cup head bolt, which are used to connect metal to metal or metal to wood by working with nuts and washers. Decorative carriage bolts and decorative coach bolts are most popular among Fastenwell's carriage bolts series.
What size are carriage bolts have?
Carriage bolt sizes chart as below, range from M5 to M20 in diameter, and larger diameter with longer length.
|Carriage Bolt Sizes Chart|
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Do carriage bolts need nuts and washers?
Yes, carriage bolts and nuts can be used together, as well as a washers. Usually it will be hex nuts, lock nuts are not recommended.
Is a carriage bolt stronger than a hex bolt?
Yes, hex bolts with a washers with bigger bearing surface than that of a carriage bolts.
What's the different of carriage bolts and coach bolts?
Carriage bolts, also called coach bolts, if there will be any difference, it just exist in letters.
Are carriage bolts used for decks?
Yes, carriage bolts and cup head bolts are widely used for decks, as well as for metal and wood.
How do you attach carriage bolts to wood?
For carriage bolts in wood, firstly we have to drill a hole into the wood for the appropriate size and diameter of the bolt. Secondly we just slide the bolt into the hole with a hammer if in need. Lastly we can fasten it with a nut and washer.
How do you use carriage bolts in steel?
Put the carriage bolts into the steel parts and fasten them with a washer and nut by wrench. The adhesive will hold the nut in place long enough to get the bolt tight and the shoulders of the carriage bolt will dig into the metal and hold it as well.
How to use or install carriage bolts?
First you have to drill a hole and put the carriage bolts into the holes, then turn it tight with a nut and washer by wrench.
How to remove carriage bolts?
Get the nut back off to the end of bolt, then hit the nut with a hammer to moving the carriage bolt out of the wood.