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A staple to any workshop is going to be a good supply and variety of bolts. Whether you need to fasten together metal or woodwork, there is a bolt to help you get your particular job done. With a few turns of your adjustable wrench, you'll have a firm grip that will be able to stand the test of time. Keeping a well-stocked supply of nuts and bolts will give you the fastening options you need no matter the medium. Sears has the bolts you need to hold any project in place.

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Complete your home improvement and repair projects with nuts and bolts

For most standard assembly projects, you'll need at least a handful of bolts. The combination of nuts and bolts are going to help you fasten together much of your work. Whether you are using one material or multiple, a good old fashioned bolt will be able to help you get the job done.

Many people don't know the difference between a bolt and a screw, despite their similarities. Screws typically twists into a material that already has the same thread as the screw itself. Bolts are headed fasteners with external threads that require a nut to affix two pieces together. The nut is what keeps the pressure and holds the bolt in place. Bolts are best used for fastening two items that are of different materials.

The standard screw that you're going to use most often is the hex head bolt. The hex refers to the hexagonal shape of the head of the bolt. They come in a variety of lengths and models. There are lag bolts that are made primarily for driving through wood and holding large pieces of lumber together. When it comes to most of your assembly projects, such as putting together your garage shelving, a regular nut and bolt combination will get the job done.

When it comes to unique fastening situations, there are a number of bolts that can help you get the job done. U-bolts are shaped like the letter U and are perfect for attaching items to poles and pipes. A carriage, or coach bolt, has a typical circular shank up until just beneath the head of the bolt when it changes into a square section. The head of the bolt is rounded, and when placed into a square hole or even a round hole in most wood, the bolt is self-locking. It also only requires one tool to tighten the bolt. With a wide selection of specialized bolts at Sears, you can make sure you get the specific fastener for all your projects.

Whether you just need to fix the handlebars on your child's bicycle or need to do some specialized plumbing work, there is a bolt to help you get the job done. Sears will be able to outfit you with an arsenal of nuts and bolts to make sure you can handle whatever gets thrown your way.

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