Your Reliable Custom Plow Bolts Manufacturer In China

We are a leading manufacturer of high quality custom plow bolts in China. With over 25 years of experience, we have the knowledge and expertise to produce custom bolts to your exact specifications.
If you need a custom bolt manufactured to your exact specifications, trust the experts at Xfas teners. We will get the job done right, on time and on budget. 

Contact us today for a free quote. Thank you.

Different Types Of Custom Plow Bolts

Seat belt hex bolts are a type of bolt that is used to secure seat belts in place. These bolts are usually made from steel or aluminum and have a hexagonal head, which makes them easy to grip and turn. 

Some of the most common types of seat belt hex bolts include:

countersunk plow bolt

countersunk plow bolt

It has a conical shape under the head, allowing it to sit flush with the surface of the material it is being driven into.

flanged plow bolt

flanged plow bolt

It has a collar or flange beneath the head that distributes the load over a larger area, preventing the material from tearing. 

square plow bolt

square plow bolt

It has a square-shaped head that is used to prevent the bolt from turning while it is being driven into place.

dome head plow bolt

dome head plow bolt

Dome head bolts feature a large, rounded head that helps to distribute the load .

clipped head plow bolt

clipped head plow bolt

The head of the bolt is clipped, or shortened, so that it can be more easily driven into the ground.

Our Fasteners Manufacturing Capability

thread rolling machine

thread rolling For Fasteners

Our company is proud to offer custom plow bolts with thread-rolling capability. Our thread-rolling process produces superior performance, strength, and durability for a variety of applications. We use a cold forming process to roll threads onto precision ground blanks without cutting away any material. This process increases the tensile strength of the bolt and provides superior surface finish.

cold heading

Cold Heading For Fasteners

Xfasteners specializes in cold heading custom plow bolts. Our state-of-the-art cold heading machines are capable of producing the highest quality plow bolts with precision and accuracy. We offer a wide range of sizes and configurations for our customers, so they can get exactly what they need for their specific application. We also have a team of experienced engineers who can help you design the perfect plow bolt for your project.

heat treatment

Heat Treatment For Fasteners

 Our company has the capability to provide heat treatment for custom plow bolts. Our advanced heat treatment equipment allows us to produce plow bolts that meet exact specifications and requirements in order to best suit the customer’s needs. We can provide annealing, tempering, nitriding and more through our unique controlled atmosphere furnaces which allow us to achieve a wide range of temperatures up to 1000°C (1832°F).

Our Manufacturing Process For Plow Bolts

Here at our company, we know that quality starts from the ground up. 

  • We only use the best steel for our bolts, which is why we partner with leading mills around the world.
  • Once the steel arrives at our state-of-the-art facility, it undergoes a series of tests to ensure that it meets our high standards. 
  • Finally, each plow bolt is inspected by hand to ensure that it meets our strict quality control criteria. 
why choose us

Our Quality Promise For Custom Plow Bolts

Xfasteners pride ourselves on manufacturing high quality custom bolts. 

Best materials & Quality Control

We use only the best materials and adhere to strict quality control standards. Our team of skilled workers are dedicated to producing the best possible product. 

100% satisfaction

In addition, we have a no-tolerance policy for defective items, so you can be confident that you’re getting the best possible product when you purchase from us.

We want our customers to be confident in the quality of our products. That’s our promise to you.


Plow bolts are used in a variety of applications, from heavy-duty construction to small household repairs. 

In construction, plow bolts are often used to secure metal plates to concrete or wood. This provides a strong connection that can resist high loads and vibrations. Plow bolts are also used in railroad track construction and repair. The large size and strength of the bolt ensures that the track will stay in place, even under heavy loads. 

In addition to our wide variety of bolts, screws, washers, and rivets, we also manufacture a number of other fasteners. Our selection includes everything from simple eyelets and grommets to more complex turnbuckles and clamps. We also offer a variety of specialized fasteners for use in marine and automotive applications. 

There is no definitive answer to this question as the size of plow bolts can vary depending on the manufacturer and the specific model of plow. However, it is generally accepted that plow bolts are typically between 1/2 inch and 1 inch in diameter.

There are several ways to measure plow bolts. The most common way is to measure the diameter of the bolt at the widest point. This is typically done with a caliper. Another way to measure plow bolts is to measure the length of the bolt from the tip of the bolt to the bottom of the head of the bolt. This is typically done with a ruler or tape measure.

A plow bolt is a type of fastener that is used to secure a plow blade to a plow frame. Plow bolts are typically made from steel or other metals, and they are designed to withstand the high stresses that are associated with plowing. The grade of a plow bolt is determined by its strength and durability.

Choose Us As Your Custom Plow Bolts Manufacturer

We specialize in the manufacture of custom plow bolts. Whether you need bolts for a new plow design or replacement bolts for an existing plow, we can produce them to your  specifications. 

Contact us today to learn more about our capabilities.

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