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YKK #5 14" Nylon Coil Two-Way Jacket Zipper - Black

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$2.95 - $3.80
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YKK PREMIUM BRAND ZIPPERS.

YKK #5 nylon coil two-way zippers are ideal for use on jackets. Features a tooth size of 5 (5 mm), tooth color matches zipper, 3/4" top extension and the slider has an automatic lock. Available in a variety of colors and lengths. Please note: actual colors may vary from picture due to computer setting variances.

Features

  • Separating zipper
  • Ideal for jackets
  • Tape is made of polyester
  • Automatic lock slider
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Available in a variety of lengths

Product Specifications

Units: Each
Material: Nylon Teeth, Polyester Tape
Brand: YKK®
Size / Dimension: 14" L x 1 3/8" W
I’ve been getting a lot of complaints about the #5 sliders not fitting into zippers. Do you know what’s happening? Are the sliders defective?
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There may be some confusion about what slider to use for the zipper in question. The #5 new style plastic (ZS5N*) and the #5 old style plastic (ZS5V*) are not compatible and of course, the #5 Nylon Coil sliders (ZS5C) won’t work on a #5 Molded Plastic Zipper (old or new). Metal sliders also will not work with plastic and vice versa.
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A coat that has a separating zipper, separates, while zipped? Does it need to be replaced or are there any tricks that my save this zipper. I thought about spraying with silicone spray...wondering if this would help? Thanks in advance.
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It sounds as if the teeth on the zipper are not locking like they should. The zipper will need to be replaced.
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What does YKK stand for?
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YKK stands for the founder of the popular zipper manufacturer.
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How do I make a zipper shorter?
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First you must determine whether you are shortening a separating or a non-separating zipper. To shorten a separating zipper, work the slider to the bottom of the zipper. Using needle nose pliers, remove the 2 top stops. Using end nippers, shorten the zipper to the desired size by making a small cut between the teeth or across the coils on both sides of the zipper. Remove the excess zipper tape with scissors. Apply two new top stops and sew zipper into the article of clothing. To shorten a non-separating zipper, work the slider to the top of the zipper. Using needle nose pliers, remove the 1 bottom stop. Using end nippers, shorten the zipper to the desired size by making a small cut between the teeth or across the coils on both sides of the zipper. Remove the excess zipper tape with scissors. Apply the new bottom stop and sew zipper into the article of clothing.
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How do you replace the bottom slide of a zipper?
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On your 2- way zipper, you will have to remove the top stop on your zipper, take off the top slider and take off the bottom slider. Put your new bottom slider on first and then your top. Replace top stop.
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I lost the bottom part of a two-way zipper, do I have to replace the whole thing or can I just buy a bottom piece?
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If by bottom part, are you referring to the bottom slider? We carry a vary array of those, and they can be replaced. If one of the legs are missing, then the whole zipper would need to be replaced. We don’t carry the legs.
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