#2x716" Servo Mounting Screws. Two Thousand 2,000 Pieces

#2x716" Servo Mounting Screws. Two Thousand 2,000 Pieces

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RTL Fasteners has been serving the hobby industry for over 14 years. We are thelargest U.S. distributor of the most popular radio control screws. Our Socket Head Servo Mounting Screw (with built in washer) is, by far, the biggest selling RC screw in the world. It takes a standard 5/64" Hex Wrench or Balldriver.

We are offering the highest quality hardware, at true distributor pricing. We believe this is the best wholesale price you will find for this top notch fastener." RTL Fasteners, The Leader in Radio Control Hardware" Click here to visit our store

This screw has become a widely used fastener in model building. It really does have a million uses! You can mount your servos, but also great for canopies, cowls, hatches, landing gear straps and much more. It has a self-contained washer that completely covers the servo grommets and acts as a normal washer on other applications. It has a deep non-slip socket head that takes a 5/64 hex (Allen wrench) or Ball Driver.

We carry the five most popular sizes. With them, you can do most any job. One of our newer sizes is the #2x5/16". This short length screw works great for such things as cowls, canopies, etc. We are often attaching a thin piece of plastic or fiberglass and simply don't need a longer screw which might stick out into the fuselage and poke a wire or fuel tank! This short screw is extremely popular and works great for a host of miscellaneous jobs.

The #2x9/16" is the standard size servo screw sold in most hobby shops and online retailers.

Both the #2x7/16" and the #2x9/16" work well for most servo applications. We also carry the #3's when a slightly larger screw is needed. The #3's will fit standard servo grommets and are often used with today's more powerful servos or just added security with standard servos. They are also great for many other tasks, such as landing gear straps, etc.