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YKK #5 26" Nylon Water-Repellent Jacket Zipper - Army Green

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$6.90 - $7.80
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YKK PREMIUM BRAND ZIPPERS.

Separating nylon water-repellant zipper with an open bottom makes it ideal jackets and skiwear. Features auto-lock slider and has a medium-weight #5 (5 mm) tooth size. Tape is made of polyester. Zipper size chart available. Available in a variety of colors and lengths. Please note: actual colors may vary from picture due to computer setting variances.

Features

  • Ideal for jackets
  • Separating zipper
  • Automatic lock slider
  • 1" tape extension
  • Available in a variety of colors
  • Available in a variety of lengths

Product Specifications

Brand: YKK®
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 26" L x 1 1/4" W
Material: Nylon Teeth, Polyurethane Tape
Additional Information:
Is there a difference between the slider on these verses the slides on a regular #5 coil zipper? Or can I use a regular slide and put it on backwards on this type of zipper to replace a lost slide?
MEGAN C.
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The sliders are different and are specific to the elements (teeth) on those zippers. A regular nylon coil slider would not work on the water-repellent zippers.
Lisa P.
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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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If the bottom stop of the zipper isn't damaged and there is not any damage to the teeth themselves, you should be able to replace just the slide. The slides wear out over time and stop mashing the zipper teeth together properly.
REBECCA B.
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Before going to the trouble of replacing a zipper with this problem, I use a pair of needle nose pliers to gently compress the top openings on the slider. I've only ever had a dress weight slider break.
DONNA M.
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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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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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