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Graph Tech Graph Tech PT-5000-00 Strat Nut The Graph Tech PT-5000-00 Strat Nut is a perfect option to replace and upgrade the nut in almost all.. Product #: PT-5000-00 BIN 6 based on 0 reviews Regular price: $6.95 $6.95 4
Brand: Graph Tech
Product Code: PT-5000-00 BIN 6
Availability: 4
Weight: 0.10kg
Dimensions: 0.00cm x 0.00cm x 0.00cm

£6.95

Description

The PT-5000-00 is a perfect option to replace and upgrade the nut in almost all Fender style electric guitars.  It will work in both a flat bottom or curved bottom nut slot due to it's ingenious design.  It is pre-slotted to make for a quick and easy install.

 Measure  Length Width 
Height 
E to E  
inches
1.690" 
0.128" 
0.200" 1.380" 
inches 1 11/16"
1/8" 3/16" 1 3/8"
millimeters 42.93mm 3.26mm 5.08mm 
35.05mm

 

Note: All Graph Tech nuts and saddles are slightly long and wide to ensure extra room to achieve a perfect fit for your guitar. This extra material can easily be removed with fine grit sandpaper.

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How to measure your nut

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR NUT.


 
1. Measure the overall length of your existing nut.  Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension. 2. Measure the overall width of your existing nut. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension. 3. Measure the E to E spacing of your existing nut, from the center of the low E slot to the center of the high    E slot. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension. 4. Measure the overall height of your existing nut from the bottom to the highest point.Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.

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