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Fastener Components: Securex

Securex Key Details

Securex® Wheel Nuts are the First Choice for Virtually All Hub, Drum & Wheel OEMs in the U.S. With 3 to 5 times more clamping force than conventional ball-seat fasteners, Securex® means longer wheel life, reduced maintenance and greater safety.

The nut body on each Securex® Wheel Fastener is made of through-hardened carbon steel and each free spinning washer is made of through-hardened and tempered chrome-moly steel. This design generates a bearing-type action which allows more of the torque to be transmitted into clamping force. At the same time, this bearing action offers a more precise torque-to-clamp force relationship, allowing the entire fastening system to be used at the optimum end of the load range.

  • Name forged into washer assures product integrity
  • Heat lot traceability code on every fastener
  • PTFE coating reduces friction, enhances corrosion-protection
  • Meets SAE J1965 requirement for torque tension
  • Manufactured in the USA


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