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45x17mm Oval M8 Nut Insert, 2mm - Inverted

Outside Tube Dimension x Guage / Wall Thickness
 
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VIEW DRAWING  Tube Fittings Buying Guide

These Nut Inserts are a handy component designed to knock into the ends of Tube as an End Cap but also doubles as a means of offering adjustment on Parallel Tubes. Once a hole is punched in the Tube, you can insert these Plugs and use a Foot or Castor to raise the Framework off the floor.  

There's a choice of Profiles and Designs, each with a cavity to take a standard Nut, which in the majority of cases is supplied assembled within the component!

In some instances, these inserts have two recess positions for the Nut which gives you a little more flexibility as to where you want the Foot or Castor situated and as with all our inserts, they're listed just as you would buy the tube so it's Outside Dimensions x Wall Thickness / Gauge Size - or if you're trying to match up to a sample, the key dimension is the head size.  

The head is designed to sit flush with the outside of the tube whilst the shank has straight sides for an inteference fit in both metric and imperial sizes. We have a huge selection of Feet & Castors to use with these inserts and if you don't see the size you need then let us know as we're constantly expanding this range!

We show standard colours and finishes where possible but these are constantly changing so if you require a colour not listed in the drop-down, speak to us as we may well have added it since.  

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