The dynamic mechanical properties of nylons 6, 11, 12, 66, 610, 612, and 666 are compared. The spectra are very similar with peaks in the loss curves at about −120, −40, and 85°C. The similarity suggests that attempts to determine whether the nylons could in fact be incompatible when blended might not be successful. Calculations based in turn on calculated cohesive energy densities and interaction parameters also suggest that only nylon, 6 and 66 would be compatible. By using the nature of the major loss peak at the glassy transition which is high and narrow for nylons 11 and 12 and broader and shorter for nylons 6, 66, and 666, it is possible to deduce that nylons 6 and 12 are somewhat incompatible but that the other combinations are most likely dynamically compatible.