Fender

You are here

Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut

Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut image 1
Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut image 2
Customer image:<br/>"A BIC 8950 8” woofer on a Wharfdale W35"
Click to zoom in
Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut image 1Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut image 2
Customer Images:
Customer image: "A BIC 8950 8” woofer on a Wharfdale W35"
SKU: S-H130
Item ID: 040426
Price: $8.95
In stock
Type
Screws

Original Fender speaker mounting stud/nut set.

These speaker mounting studs were used on countless amps of the 50’s, 60’s 70’s and beyond. The reverse thread section screws into the baffle wood and the machine screw section holds the speaker in place using the included keps nuts.

  • Used on early ’50s and ’60s vintage amplifiers
  • Fits most vintage and modern amplifiers
  • 1” of 8/32” machine head thread
  • ¼” of reverse wood thread
  • 1-½” overall length
  • 8-32 keps nuts included
  • Set of 12

UPC/EAN: 885978492268

View Product Measurements

My Project Lists

You must be logged in to add items to a project list.

Product Reviews

5
5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
5

Purchased these Fender mounting screws for another speaker restoration but the didn’t workout for that job. But I was restoring a pair of 42 year old Wharfdale W35 Speakers. I did not have any screws that worked in the threaded incerts in on the cabinets. Tried out the fender mounting screw from the front and they worked perfectly.

Kennet - June 22nd, 2018
5

Purchased these Fender mounting screws for another speaker restoration but the didn’t workout for that job. But I was restoring a pair of 42 year old Wharfdale W35 Speakers. I did not have any screws that worked in the threaded incerts in on the cabinets. Tried out the fender mounting screw from the front and they worked perfectly.

Kennet - June 22nd, 2018

Questions and Answers

Click each question to see its answers.
Have a question of your own? Ask us here!