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Adam Hall 5653 Rack Nut Pack

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Cage Nut

  • For steel rack rail 61552B
  • For 2 mm rack rail
  • M6 Thread
  • 20 Pieces per pack
Type Cage Nut
Thread Size M6
Item number 263177
4,90 €
Including VAT; Excluding 2,50 € shipping
Available immediately
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This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 27.10. and Thursday, 28.10.
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Do what they're supposed to!
The Professor 06.05.2020
Cage nuts: the unsung heroes of the musical rack. Hidden behind the scenes, keeping to themselves, they're the introverted backstage buddies of the more forward-facing, extrovert rack bolts. But these little guys are just as important. I've been using them (in conjunction with the Adam Hall bolts) for some years now and they're great. They're the Stan of Stan and Ollie; the Wise of Morecambe and Wise. The Mortimer of Reeves and Mortimer. You can't have one without the other. The Dean of Pearl and Dean. Ba ba, ba ba, ba ba, ba ba, ba-ba-ba... ba ba, ba ba, ba ba, ba baaaaa.... DAH.

That will be all.
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pack of nuts
HowieCapowie 16.10.2019
Well there is not much to say about these. I haven't used these types of rack nuts before. I have only experience with rack stands with their own screwholes in them. Using these with DIY made racks based on the adam hall rack strips, and the adam hall screw pack. for this price. nothing to complain about.
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Andy 808 28.09.2020
Briliant set of rack hardware
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Work like a charm
sergiume 20.06.2020
I've used this product to attach my gear to the Adam Hall Rack Strips.

Really stable and strong, my gear doesn't feel woobly on them. Even the heavier gear like Akai S1000 feels stable and well attached.

Only con is they're a bit tricky to remove and slide in the holes of the Adam Hall Rack Strip but I guess that's why they're so stable to begin with .
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