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Cherry Aerospace CCR244/NAS1097 100° Reduced Flush Head Nut Plate Rivets
Starting At: $0.36
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Cherry Aerospace CCR264/NASM20426 100° Flush Head Nut Plate Rivets
Starting At: $0.28
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Cherry Aerospace CCR274/NASM20470 Universal Head Nut Plate Rivet
Starting At: $0.28
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Cherry Aerospace CR3213 Aluminum Universal Head CherryMAX Rivet
Starting At: $0.38
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HI-LOK HL328 Series Steel Pin-Rivet
Starting At: $0.51
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HI-LOK HL86 Series Stainless Steel Collar, Pin-Rivet
Starting At: $0.80
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National Aerospace Standard NAS1097 Aluminum 100° Flush Shear Head Rivet
Starting At: $0.06
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National Aerospace Standard NAS1097AD-KIT Aluminum 100° Flush Head Rivet, Solid Assortment Pack
SkyGeek Price: $19.95
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Military Specification MS20426 Series 100° Flush Head Solid Rivet
Starting At: $0.20
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Military Standard MS20426AD-PK Aluminum 100° Flush Head Rivet, Solid Assortment Pack
SkyGeek Price: $34.95
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Military Specification MS20470 Series Universal Head Solid Rivet
Starting At: $0.04
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Military Standard MS20470AD-PK Aluminum Universal Head Rivet, Solid Assortment Pack
SkyGeek Price: $34.95
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Military Specification MS90354 Series Blind Rivets
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Propulsion, heat, G-force… there are many things vying to hinder your flying, or at least cut it short. Of all hardware, the one most related to aviation is the rivet. In fact, this type of metallic fastener is set for permanence when being applied to a plane. How riveting, right? Seriously, though, rivets will endure and are best used on wings and airframes but they can have other applications.

Rivets may look like nails or bolts and while they are all similar in function (i.e. operate as fasteners) there are differences in design and characteristics. The material composition of a rivet is usually that of steel or aluminum. Also, rivets are used according to several factors including cost-effectiveness, strength, weight, and accessibility.

Furthermore, determining a rivet's applicability often relies on type. While solid rivets are the oldest and often regarded as the most reliable, blind rivets too have their uses, i.e. areas of limited accessibility. Of course, there are other ways to select a rivet, including the type of head (universal or countersunk/flush), as well as the size (usually in 1/8 or 1/32 increments). Regardless, we have a wide variety to choose from. Like picking a cherry from a tree, there's plenty to go around…

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