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Screw sizes

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by FilthyMcNastys, 15 Nov 2011.

  1. FilthyMcNastys

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    I'm had some fischer screws a while back and wanted some more, but not to sure of the size or how to work it out.

    any idea what size screws the picture below is?

    Thanks

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  2. Monkeh

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    Bog standard 4x50 like any other.
     
  3. FilthyMcNastys

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    How do screw sizes work? whats the 2 sizes? example, 4.0 x 50mm?
     
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    also can be in inches ie 8x2"
     
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    Using 4 x 50 as the example, the 4 is the diameter of the shank just below the head in mm and the 50 is the length of the shank in mm not including the head.
     
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    If you still work in old money have a look here Please login (registration is free!) to view this link.
    http://www.thesitebox.com/Page/21/Metric-to-Imperial-Screw-Size-Conversion.aspx
     

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