How does 2600/2700 compare to other studs?

The Camloc 2600/2700 series general-purpose studs offer a wide range of options for various applications. These studs are part of the 1/4-turn fasteners and are available in different lengths and head styles. They are designed to provide a secure and reliable fastening solution.

The selection of Camloc 2600/2700 series studs depends on factors such as panel thickness, frame thickness, and total material thickness (grip). The total material thickness is calculated by adding the panel thickness and frame thickness to 0.062 inches. By referring to selection charts or tables provided by Camloc or authorized distributors like Anemo Engineering, you can find the suitable stud part number based on the total material thickness.

It’s important to note that the Camloc 2600/2700 series studs are considered light-duty fasteners and are commonly used in applications such as formula cars, sports racers, and other lightweight vehicles. They are smaller and lighter than traditional Dzus fasteners, making them a popular choice for retrofitting older race cars.

When replacing or ordering spares for an existing application, it is recommended to check the small number stamped on the head of the Camloc stud. This number indicates the dash number, which corresponds to the grip length. Having the correct grip length is crucial for achieving the proper tension.

In addition to the Camloc 2600/2700 series, there are also larger and heavier-duty options available, such as the 4002 series. These heavy-duty Camloc fasteners have a larger head diameter and are suitable for applications that require a higher tensile load.

Please note that the information provided here is a summary of the search results and may not cover all possible details. It is always recommended to refer to the official documentation or consult with the supplier for the most accurate and up-to-date information on Camloc 2600/2700 series general-purpose studs.

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