Suncor drop forged eye nuts with UNC machine threads. Eye nuts make excellent add-on attachment points. These eye nuts are made from 316 stainless steel.
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Stainless Steel 316
Are the 1/4" eye nuts 1/4"-20 thread?
I do not remember.
Yes, standard coarse thread
Yes they are. A very good product I have purchased several times over the last few years for my boat. Although I'm in fresh water and so not as effected by the atmosphere as I would be in salt atmosphere, I have been quite satisfied with the appearance of the nuts after prolonged use in the marine environment.
The quarter-inch ones are. Select a size...
I purchased a larger size, and it was n/c thread. I'm pretty sure they would be 1/4 20. Just call Jamestown and double check it with themn.
Does the threaded bore go all the way through, or is the top closed?
There is a hole in the top and the threads go all the way through.
the threaded bore goes all the way through
It's threaded all the way through.
It goes all the way through.
Do you have the 1/4" un-threaded?
Mine was threaded same way it came from Boston whaler
As this is basically a nut incorporating a ring or eye, I'm not sure I understand your question, i.e., how can you have an unthreaded nut. If it's a nut it's threaded; if it's not threaded, it isn't a nut. I bought some of these eye nuts from JD and they're extremely well made and finished. And as they're in 316 stainless steel, they're super resistant to corrosion. Perhaps if you could describe what you want the product to do, it might be easier to address your question.
Not sure why you would want one unthreaded unless you are going to weld it to something in that case you can weld it anyway. If you want to tap threads that are not offered buy the smallest thread and re drill and tap. If that is too big maybe JD can buy one untapped? Drilling and taping the thread is definitely a secondary operation.
I do not know if they come unthreaded. If , unthreaded, how do you plan to fasten them to anything.
What is the breaking strength of the 1/4" eye nut?
Probably pretty low, 100-200 lbs. !/4" is pretty small.
The eye nuts are well built and very strong.Plan on the breaking strength in all directions to be limited by the bolt that is used to secure it. The Suncore web site or Crosby rigging may have published numbers.
Suncor lists the working load limit as 400 pounds which is typically 1/4 of the breaking strength.
I imagine it is the same as the tensile strength of 1/4" dia stainless steel, but I do not have immediate access to a Machinist's Handbook to look it up.
LH or RH thread?
Threaded like a normal nut- use with all-thread or bolt of regular configuration- righty tighty lefty lucie
Whoever:A nut is a nut. Righty tighty, lefty loosey.
CLYDE D RHYNE
It's a standard thread normal way not sure what its considered but normal
Threads go all the way through.
Easy to install stainless cable on my deck.
Bliss Landing BC
Great product at a fair price.
I really like this product
the product worked great i need some eyes to tie down my gear in my boat i am in the process of ordering a few more to put in my other boat the one i had started to rust so thats why i got stainless steel i have no complaints about this product
A most versitile fastener enabler
Two of these eye nuts atop removable custom license plate(s) held on with rubber coated bar magnets will enable 'lock on' pickup truck tailgate by running vinyl coated cable through to pad lock inside bed. The only way to steal the license plate(s)is to cut the cable or break the pad lock. It's also serves as added protection from the plate(s) falling off if you hit a big bump or pot hole while driving.
Malverne, New York
I'm attaching Weld Mount threaded studs to the Gunwales of my Maine Guide square stern canoe to run steering lines attached to my outboard. A really nice looking install. Overkill YES, but Boats/Canoes are Floating statements, at least for me.
Grand Laker 21
Item is perfect. Great price!
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Puchase [...] went well, and a good looking product.