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Twin tip board screws - type of metal and supplier?

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Created by NorthernKitesAUS 2 months ago, 15 Nov 2021
NorthernKitesAUS
QLD, 987 posts
15 Nov 2021 3:19PM
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Just wondering what type of steel or alloy are the screws commonly used in Twin Tip boards, to hold the fins? And where can I order them please? Appreciated.
-Lofty

cbulota
WA, 1365 posts
15 Nov 2021 2:16PM
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Stainless steel M6 Philips head usually about 18 to 20mm in length.

www.kitebud.com.au/product/airush-fin-screws-8/

Got 12kg of those in stock (no joke). Let me know if you need bulk amounts

I'm not sure but you may be able to find something equivalent at Bunnings or marine shop, etc. Cheers

Christian - KiteBud

NorthernKitesAUS
QLD, 987 posts
18 Nov 2021 4:06PM
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Awesome! Thanks Christian

Plummet
4834 posts
26 Nov 2021 12:26AM
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Ensure they are 316 ss.

psychojoe
WA, 1364 posts
26 Nov 2021 6:07PM
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Plummet said..
Ensure they are 316 ss.


My stainless screws would come undone.
The replacement has rusted solid; perfect.



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