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Titanium M2.5 x 8mm Countersunk Hex Screw (10pcs/bag)

Titanium M2.5 x 8mm Countersunk Hex Screw (10pcs/bag)

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When it comes to hardware, quality does matter! These titanium machine screws not only offer improved strength over steel, they are also much lighter in weight. These are ideal for use in performance models where shaving weight is absolutely critical, or for any project requiring high strength, lightweight hardware.

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Size: M2.5 x 8mm
Weight: 0.18g(Each)

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  • SKU:
    9171000459-0
  • Brand:
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  • Weight(g)
    13.00
  • Length
    20.00
  • Width:
    10.00
  • Height:
    10.00
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Light weight and strong. My only issue is the size of the socket head, M1.5. The same as the grub screw on brushless motor shaft collars. If you torque just a little to much the socket head will strip, and strip your Hex key/driver. Still a great option for a specific use.
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