Full Thread Bolts

Full thread bolts have no thread-free portion, threads run from under the head to the tip. When alignment and shear strength are not as heavily required, a full thread bolt will be the better option. The full thread bolt provides exemplary grip strength. A full thread bolt spreads the pressure along the entire length of the fastener. The highest amount of pressure is placed on the head of the bolt once it meets the material in which it is fastened.

Full thread bolts are for applications that require more grip strength. These can also be used within the automotive industry in parts such as body panels, which do not require the same level of holding force that motor mounts need. More Information on Full Thread Bolts Full thread bolts have no thread-free portion, it runs from under the head to the tip. A full thread bolt will be the better option to provides exemplary grip strength. A full thread bolt - once mounted - spreads the pressure along the entire length of the fastener. The highest amount of pressure is placed on the head of the bolt once it meets the material in which it is fastened.