What size nut fits a 15mm socket?

The standard wrenches needed are: 32,36mm. I believe that the bold that goes with the 15mm wrench is normally an M8. M8s usually use 12 or 13mm heads….What size nut fits a 15mm socket?Bolt Diameter (mm)Head/Wrench Size (mm)ANSI/ISODIN/ISO Heavy Hexmore row•

Will a 8mm bolt fit a 5/16 nut?

As stated, 8MM is so close to 5/16″ that it is basically the same. Author : Gerald J. There are taps and dies available with a far wider variety than stock nuts and bolts.

What is the difference between a hex nut and a heavy hex nut?

A heavy hex nut is thicker and heavier in weight. The part has a larger diameter across the flats. They also require larger sockets and wrenches when being installed. The load strength is far higher than the standard hex nut, meaning it can bear more weight easily.

What is a heavy hex nut?

Heavy hex nuts are slightly larger and thicker than standard (finished) hex nuts. There are numerous grades and the heavy pattern is typically used for large diameter and high strength bolts. See our nut compatibility chart to determine the compatible heavy hex nut(s) for a specific grade of bolt.

How do hex nuts work?

The jam nut essentially acts as the “other object”, as the two nuts are tightened against each other. They can also be used to secure an item on a fastener without applying force to that object. This is achieved by first tightening one of the nuts onto the item.

Are lock nuts and stop nuts the same?

A locknut, also known as a lock nut, locking nut, self-locking nut, prevailing torque nut, stiff nut or elastic stop nut, is a nut that resists loosening under vibrations and torque.

Which side of nut goes down?

Which side of nut goes down? In my experience if you are not using pal nuts put the square side down . if you are using them put the beveled side down as the pal nut gets a better grip against a flat surface. On curved washers The beveled side goes down always.