DMM Offset Nut


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Offset nuts in anodised alloy available individually or in a 7-11 set. Bigger and more rounded than their tiny brass brothers. Based on the famed HB design this anodised alloy offset set gets you placement where no other nut can because of their complex offset shape. Especially useful on granite cracks. Colour coded for easy selection off the harness.


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  • Complex offset shape offers protection where nothing else fits
  • Colour coded sizing
  • Lightening holes in size 10 and 11
  • Top of nut recessed to lessen abrasion damage to wire
  • Number 7: 27g, 12kN, Gold
  • Number 8: 30g, 12kN, Blue
  • Number 9: 37g, 12kN, Red
  • Number 10: 45g 12kN, Grey
  • Number 11: 56g, 12kN, light Blue


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