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With Tee Nuts you can put a threaded hole wherever you want them! A lot outdoor projects like swing sets garden carts are put together using these. Drill a pilot hole for the body of the nut and then hammer it into place. The objective of course is to install it so that the screw or bolt pulls the nut into the wood.
April 8, 2021
I use S/S Tee Nuts for blind fastening. They are the only solution for a number of applications.
June 7, 2019
Replaced the old rotted steel t nuts holding the boat seat to the deck.
April 14, 2018
I used the 3/8"-16 SS t-nuts for an outdoor climbing wall. The barrel on these t-nuts is thicker than others I've found, which seems good for durability. I used a 1/2" spade bit for the pilot hole, as opposed to the usual 7/16" bit for most other 3/8"-16 t-nuts. Not sure where they sourced these, but they are definitely the most robust 4-prong, SS t-nuts I've found. Good price, to boot!
June 9, 2017
I purchased the 1/4-20 5/16 and 7/16. I recommend the 7/16, which are bright, shiny and unaffected by a strong magnet. I do not recommend the 5/16, which are a much duller color and stick aggressively to a strong magnet..
February 23, 2017
Rod holder project on a long range fishing boat.
November 13, 2015
I used these t nuts to bolt climbing holds on a outdoor climbing wall i built for my kids. I purchased other "stainless" t nuts for cheaper elsewhere. These are so much better. You can see they are actually thicker gauge at the threads. I had more difficulty hammering them in place but i will take anyday over replacing them in the future. The prongs were longer also which help to keep them in place. I put these, the aforementioned "stainless", and zinc coated in and out of a salt/rusty water bath for a few weeks. These have no rust. Zinc are covered in rust. "Stainless" have rust on the threads. These also are not magnetic. The others will stick to my fridge magnets. This price at Jamestown was less than anything i found on the web and the quality seems to there. I wish i had purchased these from the start. I know i will be purchasing more in the future when the cheap "stainless" start to rust. BTW i used 100 of these, 400 of the "stainless" and have 20 of these in reserve. I wish I had used all of these. Shipping was super fast.
February 2, 2014
August 19, 2013
For projects requiring fasteners in quantities as little as the dozens, one can save money and have extra fasteners on hand by buying in quantity from Jamestown distributors.
March 8, 2013
We needed stainless steel t-nuts to go with the stainless steel bolts we use in our boat seats. To use non-SS t-nuts would cause dissimilar metals corrosion and the bolts would become impossible to remove without cutting them. We were thrilled to find that you carried what we needed!
February 2, 2013
Used in rebuilding golf cart seats w/ treated plywood. Good quality and great price!