Individual Steel Bolts

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You want a challenge? We got one for you. BEHOLD…steel bolt progressions for 1/4″ and 5/16″ diameters. Bending bolts is a bit different than bending cold-rolled steel bars. While you will use the same motion as you would when bending short steel, it will be more of a “fight” and should feel like a long struggle. They have a tough kink and their crush down is springy and brutal.

It’s more of something you do once or twice in a workout…then call it quits. Even veteran “steel bender” people will be severely humbled by how hard these partially threaded bolts can be. Follow the progressions by diameter first, THEN numerically for the best results! See below for pricing and a rough guide on how hard the different bolts are:

1/4″ Thick Bolts: Not “easy”, per se…these small chunks of steel will humble you quickly

BOLT #1 (Grade 2 – 1/4″ x 7″)
BOLT #2 (Grade 2 – 1/4″ x 6″)
BOLT #3 (Grade 2 – 1/4″ x 5.5″)
BOLT #4 (Grade 5 – 1/4″ x 7″)
BOLT #5 (Grade 5 – 1/4″ x 6″)
BOLT #6 (Grade 5 – 1/4″ x 5.5″)
BOLT #7 (Grade 8 – 1/4″ x 7″)
BOLT #8 (Grade 8 – 1/4″ x 6″)
BOLT #9 (Grade 8 – 1/4″ x 5.5″)

5/16″ Thick Bolts: VERY tough…these particular bolts will have you frustrated and hurting

BOLT #10 (Grade 2 – 5/16″ x 7″)
BOLT #11 (Grade 2 – 5/16″ x 6″)
BOLT #12 (Grade 2 – 5/16″ x 5.5″)
BOLT #13 (Grade 5 – 5/16″ x 7″)
BOLT #14 (Grade 5 – 5/16″ x 6″)
BOLT #15 (Grade 5 – 5/16″ x 5.5″)
BOLT #16 (Grade 8 – 5/16″ x 7″)
BOLT #17 (Grade 8 – 5/16″ x 6″)
BOLT #18 (Grade 8 – 5/16″ x 5.5″)