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5/16" Nut - 5 Pack
\$0.70
5/16" Nut - 10 Pack
\$1.35
5/16" Nut - 20 Pack
\$2.65

The 5/16" nut

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The thread size of this nut is 5/16" inches. It can mate with 5/16" screws.

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