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Screws - Original Fender, Vintage Speaker Mounting Stud/Nut

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SKU: S-H130
Item ID: 040426
Price: $8.95
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Original Fender speaker mounting stud/nut set.

These speaker mounting studs were used on countless amps of the 50’s, 60’s 70’s and beyond. The reverse thread section screws into the baffle wood and the machine screw section holds the speaker in place using the included keps nuts.

  • Used on early ’50s and ’60s vintage amplifiers
  • Fits most vintage and modern amplifiers
  • 1” of 8/32” machine head thread
  • ¼” of reverse wood thread
  • 1-½” overall length
  • 8-32 keps nuts included
  • Set of 12

UPC/EAN: 885978492268

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Working on a beat-up '67 Pro Reverb and wanted to replace the overly-long non-original speaker screws. Baffle is original, and the holes are sufficiently tight for a normal 8-32 screw to thread in the hole tightly. When this screw's reverse threads started entering the board, they pushed the particle board OUT, delaminating it! Because the 8-32 threads and the reverse threads are going in opposite directions, they spread the board apart. I backed the screw out and assessed the damaged hole. It now has wood puffed out around the hole and flaking off.

To work correctly, this screw would need a clearance hole for the 8-32 threads. I could have used them if I had enlarged the holes in my baffle slightly so the 8-32 threads wouldn't grab. I decided to just use regular 8-32 x 1-1/2" flat-head screws instead.

These are good screws for the right application, but don't expect them to pop right into your BF or SF Fender.

I am working on a stock '66 Princeton Reverb at the moment, and it has regular 8-32 x 1-1/4" flat head Phillips black oxide screws for the speaker. The writeup for this screw suggests that they were original equipment in these amps, and that's not correct.

They are good screws but the misleading description means 3 stars.

Bruckie - July 18th, 2017

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