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    Keith KachelhoferKeith Kachelhofer
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      I like the idea of spot welding the nut to the frame however, could a rivet nut been used instead? This was a perfect application for the use of a rivet nut provided the material was not too thick.

      Thoughts?

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    • #992781
      EricTheCarGuy 1EricTheCarGuy
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        Possibly, but keep in mind the size was 10x 1.25. Also, the ‘frame’ is pretty thick in that area. It might not work.

        #1026364
        Francisco TaylorFrancisco Taylor
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          It’s important to consider the specific requirements of your application, including the material thickness, load-bearing capacity, and environmental conditions.

          #1026520
          Antonio GilesAntonio Giles
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            Rivet nuts can often be just as strong/secure as spot welding, provided the rivet nut is properly set into the material. drift hunters

            #1027432
            eva willmseva willms
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              It might work. Run 3

              #1028125
              fakal feselafakal fesela
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                The ‘frame’ is pretty thick in that drift boss area

                • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by fakal feselafakal fesela.
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