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T-Nut Removal 20-Jun-2005 At 7:17:06 PM Robin
I had the same problem on my wall but the cause of the problem was cheap crappy T-nuts. My first set of T-nuts were purchased from Keable Bolts in Melbourne and they were chunkey Australian made dull silver nuts. They work fine. Second lot I purchased were were cheap imported shiny silver nuts. The metal was thinner and softer. These stripped off real easy, not an over tightening problem.

Moral to this story: nuts aint always nuts

ps. I still have the spinning hold and I still have a box of T-nuts.

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