(52) Threaded Studsare used as a method of fastening wire rope assemblies where an overall length adjustment is required. Many diameters and thread pitches are available to fit various applications. Virtually all threaded studs are swaged with a hex pattern for ease of adjustment and meet or exceed the minimum breaking strength of the selected wire rope. Our studs are not field installable with a hand tool and must be installed by Aero Assemblies.
Sleeves are used to make loops on the end(s) of a wire rope assembly. We stock aluminum for sizes 3/64” through 3/8” diameter cable. Copper is also available for applications susceptible to aluminum corrosion. Thimbles and spools can be used to minimized wear on the inside of a cable loop.
We can package any quantity you require. Volume Discounts are available.
Stops are used to do just as the name implies, “stop” the cable from slipping through a hole or cable spool. They are often used with garage door assemblies. Aluminum is the most common material used for stops. Copper and stainless steel are also available but not stocked. Both Aluminum and copper stops are designed to hold one third the minimum breaking strength of the wire rope assembly.
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Wire Rope Clips are used to fasten or fabricate loops in the field. When used properly, these components offer a diverse and convenient method to manufacture assemblies in the field. User assumes all risks and responsibilities when using these parts.