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Old 02-10-2016, 16:59   #16
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Re: Material to Mount Replacement Head On

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If the g10 is thick enough for proper threading then I wouldn't worry about it. If the g10 isn't thick enough then absolutely add blind nuts. Or if you get creative you can also epoxy standard nuts onto the back side of the g10 before it's installed.
seem to remember reading min thickness for G10 was 2X the fastener diameter for course thread, but no idea how authoritative the info was. still, this is one of those areas id way over do just because the consequences of a failure are pretty disgusting.
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Re: Material to Mount Replacement Head On

I'm going to go and have a look for G10. It sounds like it has the qualities that I need; especially that it can hold lag bolts.
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