Weld Mount Executive Adhesive & Fastener Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive

Weld Mount Executive Adhesive & Fastener Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive
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Executive Adhesive & Fastener Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive

This Kit Contains A Large Selection Of All The Common Weld Mount Parts And Is An Ideal Kit For The Full Service Yard Or Custom Builder. The Kit Contains 1 Tube Of Our AT-8040 No Slide Multi Bonder Acrylic Adhesive Which Will Bond To Almost All Surfaces Except Low Energy Plastic Or Rubber. AT-8040 Will Hold Even Our Heaviest Parts on a Vertical or Overhead Surface Without Fixturing. The Adhesive Sets in 12 Minutes And Is Heat Resistant To 225°. The Adhesive Should Be Refrigerated and Has A Shelf Life Of 1 year.

The Weld Mount System Eliminates The Need To Drill Into Cored Composites Which Can Result In Hull & Deck Delaminations. No Need To Drill, Tap, or Weld When Used On Metal Surfaces. Great For Mounting Electronics, Wire Runs, Bilge Applications, Water Separators, Battery Switches, Etc.

The AT-1001003 Kit Contains:
  • (1) AT-8040 - No Slide Multi Bonder Acrylic Adhesive
  • <(1) AT-300 - Dispensing Gun
  • (10) AT-850 - 3.5" Mixing Tips For AT-8040 Adhesive
  • (100) AT-5 - Large White Cable Tie Mount
  • (50) AT-3 - Small White Cable Tie Mount
  • (4) AT-113 - Large Footman's Strap
  • (10) PS62-832-16SS - 1.00" Long Panel Stud
  • (4) ST125-1420-16SS - 1.00" Long Stud With 1/4 x 20 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (4) ST125-1420-24SS - 1.50" Long Stud With 1/4 x 20 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (4) ST125-1024-12SS - .75" Long Stud With #10 x 24 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (4) ST125-1024-24SS - 1.50" Long Stud With #10 x 24 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (1) Plano Storage Box 14" x 9" x 2.75"
  • Step By Step Instructions
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