All posts by Mark and Joni Corby

Uncategorized

WHAT GRADE BOLT SHOULD I USE?

Many times we are asked “What grade of bolt should I use ?” Unfortunately, that is a hard question to answer from our side of the counter. We are not architects nor engineers. However, we can shed light on the basic classifications …. In the American world (a.k.a. SAE) the main classifications are Grades 2,…

Read More
Uncategorized

ANOTHER HAPPY CUSTOMER

 15 hours ago Excellent assortment of nuts and bolts. Reasonable prices. I came in today with an idea for a project I'm working on. I appreciate Mark giving me a suggestion for a different approach. First time in the store and I will definitely be back for other projects. To the people leaving bad…

Read More
Uncategorized

KIND WORDS FROM A CUSTOMER TODAY

"Needed a 140mm bolt for a Nissan and even the dealer couldn’t locate one! Ordered about 8 different ones and all were wrong. Did some digging and found Marks Bolts and Nuts. Made a trip down and as soon I gave Mark the dimensions and specs I had the correct bolt in my hands! Amazing…

Read More
Uncategorized

NUT DRIVERS

PROFESSIONAL HOLLOW SHAFT NUT DRIVERS Precision made, one piece shaft eliminates tip breakage--assures positive fit and extra long life Hollow shaft accommodates longer bolts and studs Chrome plated to retard rust Large ergonomic handle assures maximum comfort We carry the following sizes: 3/16 x 6 1/2     1/4 x 6 1/2     5/16 x 6…

Read More
Uncategorized

THANKS CURT!

Wanted to share some kind words from one of our customers: It seems Mark got a few reviews over one bad customer. There are always 2 sides to a story. Every time I go in, I go down different isles exploring ideas to projects I didn't know had answers. Mark has a small shop and…

Read More
Uncategorized

CHAIN ACCESSORIES-WHAT IS SAFE?

Not all chain hardware is EQUAL!!! One of the biggest mistakes I see is people using “Spring Links” for safety chain on trailers. They are so handy, easy to use, and pretty much WORTHLESS! For example … many people use 5/16 proof coil chain for safety chain. This size chain has a working load limit…

Read More