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    Locking Nuts

    A lock nut is a type of nut that resists loosening when properly threaded onto a bolt. Nut-and-bolt fasteners are extremely common in industry and home applications. You can learn more in our complete locking nuts guide.

    Lock nuts fall into one of two groups:

    ● Prevailing Torque Lock Nuts - Prevailing torque is the amount of torque needed to run a nut down a thread on nuts that are designed to resist self-loosening under vibratory forces.

    ● Surface bearing lock nuts – surface bearing - a free spinning nut that requires tightening against a bearing surface in order for the locking mechanism to function.

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