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Brass nuts and bolts

The DIN963 nuts and bolts are used to additionally secure the brake lining or the strip material (woven brake lining) following vulcanisation (run-off protection).

To ensure that the nuts and bolts DIN963 are correctly fastened, a countersunk hole must first be drilled in the brake lining. This calls for the use of a special countersink drill bit.

The DIN963 nuts and bolts are available in M6, M8 and M10 (20 and 80mm).

brass bolt and nuts M8Brass bolt and nuts M10

 

Alternatives for nuts and bolts

An alternative for nuts and bolts is the use of rivets DIN7338B. To correctly attach the rivets you need a special rivet tool (for DIN7338B).

To ensure that the rivets DIN 7338Bs, and bolts are correctly fastened, a countersunk hole must first be drilled in the brake lining. This calls for the use of a special countersink drill bit.

Can be used with:

  • Brake shoes
  • Brake strips
  • Friction strips
  • Brake plates
  • General brake applications