#5 threaded rod magnets

Threaded Rod Pickup Magnet #5 - M5x.8 x .63" length - Set of 6

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  • Threaded Rod Magnet #5
  • Metric M5x.8 threaded* x .63" length
  • .182"(4.6 mm) diameter
  • FeCrCo #5 - similiar strength to Alnico 5 magnet
  • Non-magnetized**
  • Qty 6

New threaded pole magnet for the construction of widerange style pickups or for coming up with your own pickup design! Sold to pickup makers that can construct their own bobbins.

*Looking for SAE 10-32? A metric M5x.8 is very close to a SAE 10-32. Close enough that our supplier does list these as 10-32. It can be hit or miss on whether these will thread into a SAE 10-32 tapped hole. It is best to use a m5 x .8 tap when using these threaded rod magnets. In most cases, these can be press fit or even make their own theads in a slug side plastic humbucker bobbin without any problem.

**These threaded magnets are supplied unmagnetized since some might want the slotted magnetized north and other end south.

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  • 5
    FeCrCo threaded rod magnets

    Posted by Keith Fisher on Apr 2, 2021

    Easily magnetized!!!! Just get two 1/2"x1/2" neodymium cylinders and place on opposite ends of vise jaws with correct polarity and pass these in between the two magnets....done!!!!

    I haven't found my use for them yet. I am not a huge fan of Wide Range Humbuckers actually.. I may experiment reaming/tapping out a P90 bobbin to accept these for kind of a Jazzmaster tone with adjustable stagger. I may also try them in a treble pickup of a Rickenbacker Bass in addition to the rubber magnet, with a peeled back bobbin in the 7.8k range for a super trebly bass tone.

  • 5
    I've been looking for these!!!

    Posted by Justin Paquette on Mar 29, 2021

    Haven't tried them yet but I figure they could use 5 stars just for existing. Plus someone gave them 1 star because they were not magnetized just like they clearly state that they are not in the description. I can't stand good things getting a really bad review because the buyer ordered the wrong thing. Grow up you entitled...

  • 1
    NOT A MAGNET

    Posted by bretthlavka@gmail.com on Oct 18, 2020

    Worthless. Unmagnetized magnet should be more clear in the title and not the last line of a description. Can I list a pile of metal and rubber as a new bike?

    Admin - I love people that don't read. It is very clearly stated twice in the listing that these are non-magnetized.

    **These threaded magnets are supplied unmagnetized since some might want the slotted magnetized north and other end south.