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1/4"-10-24 x 3" Coarse Thread Socket Shoulder Screw Stainless St

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1/4"-10-24 x 3" Coarse Thread Socket Shoulder Screw Stainless St

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Product description

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Part #: 0000-116369

Fastener Type: Socket Shoulder Screw
Size Description: 1/4"-10-24 x 3"
Diameter/Nominal Size: 1/4"
Shoulder Diameter: 0.2485-0.2495"
Shoulder Length: 3"
Thread Length: 0.245-0.255"
Wrench Size/Across Flats: 1/8"
Head Diameter: 0.371-0.379"
Head Height: 0.177-0.197"
Thread Pitch: 10-24
Thread Pitch Type: Coarse
Thread Direction: Right
System of Measurement: Inch
Material: Stainless Steel 18-8
Finish: Plain Finish (No Plating)
Head Type: Cylindrical
Drive Type: Internal Hex
Average Piece Weight: 0.0518500 lbs.

Shoulder screws have a long, unthreaded, cylindrical shoulder that allows for the rotation of attached parts. Shoulder screws socket head enables high torque fastening with limited clearance. Shoulder screws are measured by the length and diameter of the shoulder. The length of the thread is not included in the specified length measurement.

1/4"-10-24 x 3" Coarse Thread Socket Shoulder Screw Stainless St

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