Individual screws and hardware? Where to buy online with greatest selection and value?

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Wasn't sure where to put this question so "tools" wins.
Where's the best online site to buy individual or small hardware packs? Screws, washers, nuts, etc. Doesn't have to be oem. I just want a huge selection where I can put together an order of a bunch of different hardware in smaller quantities and choose quality or purchase best quality. I've lost some screws and stuff on various trucks (m4x12mm, etc) and have a stainless kit I bought for my Revo when I still had it but it's running low and wish for harder steel. I like that the stainless wont rust as easily but I think the drawback is commonly avoided in bigger basher vehicles..
Seems like I've seen some suggestions on here but cant locate now.
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www.mcmaster.com is great for bulk.

I've been buying screws lately just on amazon, packs of 20-50 or so.

Like these:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076XKGNDB

Was $8 shipped for that. Needed some longer ones for various things on my ERBEv2.

Various 12.9 grade:
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=iexcell+12.9
Those iExcell screw kits are much less expensive than I thought. This is what I'll do. Thanks for the links!
McMaster is the site I remember. Thank you for that too. Fun to explore. I'm prolly better off at Amazon with my Prime membership so I think I'll try those.


Edit: More returns on the post and I replied before I refreshed! I'll check em all out. Thank you very much for the tips, friends. I'm feeling spendy tonight so soon enough I'll be set up.
 

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Rusty bolt shop or Monster bolts on eBay is where I go. Or hobbyking for my small odd sized screws, not many people make M2.6 screws.
I'll check em. I have some stuff in my EBAY cart now anyway...also stuff in the Amazon cart. And, heading to Home Depot now too for some silicon spray because I guess I need it. @jondilly1974 mentioned somewhere spraying the entire truck down with silicon spray and I've been using standard wd40. I like to hose off and clean my trucks but I've gotten to where the rusty screws annoy me.
 

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I'll check em. I have some stuff in my EBAY cart now anyway...also stuff in the Amazon cart. And, heading to Home Depot now too for some silicon spray because I guess I need it. @jondilly1974 mentioned somewhere spraying the entire truck down with silicon spray and I've been using standard wd40. I like to hose off and clean my trucks but I've gotten to where the rusty screws annoy me.
I'm trying this Maxima SC1 high gloss coating. https://www.amazon.com/Maxima-78920-High-Gloss-Coating/dp/B000WK5PWQ/ref=pd_cart_rp_2_1/146-8815307-7867440?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B000WK5PWQ&pd_rd_r=59734358-73e0-469e-8561-73c580865ead&pd_rd_w=jD3za&pd_rd_wg=zUUSd&pf_rd_p=e6f398e3-bb89-456b-99c1-c0dc079d6606&pf_rd_r=0BKE3RKPWTK0R98PYAB4&psc=1&refRID=0BKE3RKPWTK0R98PYAB4

So far after spraying my Exo Cage with this stuff, I can tell you 2 things, 1 it makes the parts black and shiny again 2 it repels water really well.
 

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I have some and use it from time to time. It's good stuff for sure. My only complaint is the overly floral, sweet smell but this is a weird personal issue. I have a thing for strong smells like this. My dad is the same way and I could tell some funny stories about my growing up and getting in trouble for wearing too much cologne or chewing purple gum.
I wanted that one but had to buy the Specialist wd40 cause they were out of the Blaster. Cold today. See temp on the dashboard.

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I have some and use it from time to time. It's good stuff for sure. My only complaint is the overly floral, sweet smell but this is a weird personal issue. I have a thing for strong smells like this. My dad is the same way and I could tell some funny stories about my growing up and getting in trouble for wearing too much cologne or chewing purple gum.

I wanted that one but had to buy the Specialist wd40 cause they were out of the Blaster. Cold today. See temp on the dashboard.

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The smell reminds me of a carwash.

Bruh it was 0 yesterday 47 is warm.
 

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Also picked up some m3 washers that @Mr.Duke suggested I could need.
Got a couple dozen with half being lock washers. Hard to find small stuff like this locally so I was glad to see em.
 
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I guess I’m really lucky to have an old school supplier nearby that carries anything you can dream of. They aren’t usually cheap, but I can count on them having what I need. The place is called Gogel Fastener.
 

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Those iExcell screw kits are much less expensive than I thought. This is what I'll do. Thanks for the links!
McMaster is the site I remember. Thank you for that too. Fun to explore. I'm prolly better off at Amazon with my Prime membership so I think I'll try those.


Edit: More returns on the post and I replied before I refreshed! I'll check em all out. Thank you very much for the tips, friends. I'm feeling spendy tonight so soon enough I'll be set up.
McMaster is one of the best but not the cheapest For sure. Shipping is always next day as long as you place the order before 5:00 for stocked items though.
 

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Bruh it was 0 yesterday 47 is warm.
No issues of course with brittle plastic in today's run so I'll keep it. It felt colder because very clear sky and a little wind. Loved bashing today and crisp air is invigorating when I'm usually swamp-assed in humidity no matter what temps outside.
Pulled the ramps out even and tried to destroy my blue body on the Noto. I have a black beauty brand new that's begging to be fit. The only issue I had today was a hing pin coming loose and the driver's side arm slipped out and got cockeyed. Fortunately the pin wasn't bent or I'd be upgrading with M2C tool steel. I know I'm weakening my dif case unscrewing so often the TBR front bumper and this is concerning...one screw in the bulkhead isn't grabbing anymore like I want. Didn't fix that issue just yet but did get the arm back in line for tomorrow. I wanna run the Talion but needs outdrives and may not have time before I can blast. Also, Kraton needs an entire new rear diff case and I'm putting it off so it feels like a new truck when I finally giter'done.
I know I can't make a story short but had a great time today and hopefully tomorrow the weather will hold out. Have to be back to work lunch on Sunday again. Our busiest times at work are during clear, cool weather (working dogs perform best) so I'm lucky to get today off. Guys that hunt birds can't always get away on VDay or Mom'sDay unless they've burned those bridges already...lol
Back when I worked the standard restaurant circuit, today would be the 2nd busiest day of the year yet I'm totally off. Don't tell bossman but I'm better off now than I used to be even though I have to be more hands-on than ever.
 
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