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Adam Hall 5620 Plastic Washer Pack

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Plastic Disc

  • U - Shape
  • Colour: Black
  • Sunken
  • 20 Pieces per pack
Type Washer
Thread Size 6,8
Item number 263175
2,30 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Monday, 1.11. and Tuesday, 2.11.
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446 Customer Reviews

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Avoids marking your rack gear
Anonymous 24.02.2016
These washers are for M6 rack screws that are pretty standard. They are quite a big diameter and spread the load well. The screws locate tight in the centre and don't move about so they are concentric when you tighten them up. Most importantly they won't mark your gear.

As they are quite a big diameter and slightly more so than the cheaper softer ones so you need to be careful when using on the very top or bottom of racks as it can catch on the racking. It could also overlap units when using 1U or other rack units where the holes are at the very top or bottom. There's a way around this should you come across these problems and that's by shaving a slice off. It worked for me and they still perform the job well.
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Perfect again by Adam Hall
Rabbitland 04.10.2019
Really nice Plastic Washer. They are great in combination of ADAM HALL 5410BLK RACK SCREW.
We bought a pair of packs, and they are really nice , lucid black.
Everything as described. We tried to other Screws too, and they were perfect too.
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Simple product does the job
Davewaugh 19.10.2017
Not much to say really, they are great for the job.
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Scratch-free Rack Units
Bobber 20.08.2017
These plastic washers are good for keeping you rack units free of scratches. They are good quality and do not break easily. Unfortunately, they are a little too big and may stick out over the edge of the rack unit, if placed too close to it. But this is only a problem when placing 1U units next to each other, and it is not too difficult to plan around it.
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