Stainless steel hex bolts go by many names but all share the same characteristics. They all have a hexagonal head designed to be driven by a wrench or socket. They are frequently referred to as bolts or screws and are unique because of their threading. Stainless steel hex bolts have a shoulder in their larger sizes. Once they get below 1-1/4" they lose this shoulder and can then be classified as either hex bolts or stainless steel tap bolts.
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