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And to think all this time you’ve been torqueing on nuts and bolts with crazy precision, assuming you’re getting consistent clamp. After all, clamp is the end game – it’s what you’re trying to achieve. Well, heads up – you’re not getting it. ‘Prove it’ you say? We did. Huck performed a series of tests on a variety of conventional nuts


®


and bolts and found that even when torque is consistent, clamp isn’t. Friction gets in


GRADE 8 FASTENER Free Running Nut Nylon Lock Nut


Stoverized Lock Nut


CLAMP LBS TEST 1 CLAMP LBS TEST 2 CLAMP LBS TEST 3 CLAMP LBS TEST 4 % VARIATION 15,000 21,500 26,000


20,000 18,000 21,000


*Results based on 5/8” diameter bolt.


the way – dust, heat – stuff you don’t even see. And when you have inconsistent clamp, you have one bolt – the tightest one – doing all the work. That means something’s got to give. And it’s usually the tight bolt. The only way to achieve consistent clamp?


Applying direct tension with HuckBolts® . In fact, we guarantee you’ll get


consistent clamp and a more secure joint with Huck. Watch the test. View the results at AFSHuck.net/Clamp. And find out why


you’ll get


21,000 18,000 28,500


18,000 24,000 23,000


40% 33% 36%


watch the video at: AFSHuck.net/Clamp


for more information: 800-388-4825


TORQUE @226FT-LB*


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