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Posted by: akueddy

03/21/2007, 18:54:53

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hi there,

I was looking through the dimensions of a bolt :

http://www.lederer-online.com/media/pdf/180.pdf

And i do not understand abut the dimension of the thread length,b.Im looking for an M16 bolt with a unthreaded shank 50mm in length,can somebody explain to me what these values means:


For a M16 bolt :
b=<125 :38
b=<200 :44
b>200 :57








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Posted by: marky

03/22/2007, 08:17:58

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It's simple....these are lengths of the threaded portion of the screw or "b" at various screw lengths.

Example: 90mm (l) - 38 (b) = 52 long unthread portion. It looks like a 90mm long screw should help

Hope this helps








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