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brooklynclimber


Nov 20, 2012, 3:15 PM
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Just ordered some bolt on holds, need some T Nuts. For hardware for automotive use, I always go to Fastenal.com, as they have high quality fasteners at reasonable prices. Any other sources you'd recommend?


acorneau


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Shop around your local fastener supply places. Shipping on a bunch of bolts is a killer, so local is usually better.


kennoyce


Nov 21, 2012, 6:54 AM
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brooklynclimber wrote:
Just ordered some bolt on holds, need some T Nuts. For hardware for automotive use, I always go to Fastenal.com, as they have high quality fasteners at reasonable prices. Any other sources you'd recommend?

I've found McMaster.com to have some decent prices.


cpowers15


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Anything over 50 on element climbing ships free:
http://www.elementclimbing.com/...ld-T-Nuts-s/1819.htm


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marc801


Nov 21, 2012, 10:36 AM
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Your local Loew's or Home Depot.


brooklynclimber


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Thanks, everyone. I went to Home Depot, but they only had in two pack and very expensive. Found a local Fastenal store, then found some cheaper at another hardware store.

Now, on to building the wall.


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brooklynclimber wrote:
I went to Home Depot, but they only had in two pack and very expensive.
Sounds odd. I have a bag of 50 T-nuts and another of matching bolts that I bought in bulk at Home Depot. Sorry, don't remember the price.

It was for a small home wall, so while very cheap in comparison, the box of 2000 that Fastenal offers was a bit excessive for my needs!


wivanoff


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McMaster-Carr?

How about these folks?
http://www.nutty.com/...4-Prong_p_10096.html
Free shipping over $100. $7.95 shipping on orders less than $100

'course for me, I drive though this town on my way to work.


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