Solder Lug - #6 or #8 Hole, Locking
Locking terminal lugs, #6 or #8 hole, ⅝" length, angled. These lock washers are most commonly used to make chassis ground connections. Package of 10
|Size||Our Part Number||UPC/EAN|
|Item Length||0.625 in.|
|U.S. Screw Number||#6 version||S-H112||6|
|U.S. Thread Major Diameter||#6 version||S-H112||0.138 in.|
|#8 version||S-H113||0.171 in.|
|Packaging Dimensions||#6 version||S-H112||3.009 in. × 2.892 in. × 0.024 in.|
|#8 version||S-H113||2.994 in. × 2.95 in. × 0.044 in.|
|Weight (Packaging)||#6 version||S-H112||0.0086 lbs.|
|#8 version||S-H113||0.0082 lbs.|
|S-H112 - #6 version||Item Length||0.625 in.|
|U.S. Screw Number||6|
|U.S. Thread Major Diameter||0.138 in.|
|S-H113 - #8 version||Item Length||0.625 in.|
|U.S. Screw Number||8|
|U.S. Thread Major Diameter||0.171 in.|
|#6 Dimensions for #6||S-H112|
|#8 Dimensions for #8||S-H113|
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1 answers Are these lugs nickel plated or zinc plated?
Asked by Anonymous on April 26th, 2023.
These guys have always had great hardware.
Comes in real handy when converting an old Fender or any other amp from two prong power cord to modern day three prong type, for safety purposes. Gives you a good grounding lug too solder to. Don't forget to alter the connection of the capacitor on the grounding polarity switch also!
I've used these as ground lugs before and they worked great. When using with a steel chassis, I have soldered them for added security in addition to using a normal nut, screw, and star washer.
Just what I hoped they'd be!
I bought a quantity of these to supplement the multi-pin terminal strips that are also offered by Antique Electronic Supply. Great when you need a single or dual-wire connection to a grounding point. These are offered in both #6 and #8 screw sizes.
Awesome size-- perfect for groundingp
Can never have enough of these!
Used for my restoration of BC-457 WW2 Command set transmitter.