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Jan-25-2008, 04:40 AM |   #1 |
Manfr3d Major grins 
 Join Date: May 2006Posts: 1,630 | What size is a Metric 6 screw? I am researching quick release clamps and I was
wondering if the term "Metric 6" or M6 is the same
as 3/8" inch screw? __________________
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Jan-25-2008, 04:44 AM |   #2 |
z_28 greene grine 
 Join Date: Apr 2007Posts: 926 | No

3/8" equals about 9.5mm |
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Jan-25-2008, 04:47 AM |  #3 |
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 Join Date: May 2006Posts: 1,630 | Quote: Originally Posted by z_28 No

3/8" equals about 9.5mm |
so what does the term "Metric 6" mean? __________________
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Jan-25-2008, 04:49 AM |   #4 |
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 Join Date: Apr 2007Posts: 926 | Simple 6mm |
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Jan-25-2008, 07:49 AM |   #5 |
ziggy53 Still learnin'still lovin 
 Join Date: May 2005Location: Illinois cornfieldPosts: 11,216 | Metric and SAE are completelydifferent and not interchangeable.

Most true hardware stores will carry assortments of each. __________________
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Jan-25-2008, 11:02 AM |   #6 |
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 Join Date: Dec2007Location: Cambridge MAPosts: 98 | M6 means six mm in diamater, you still need to know the thread pitch (and of course length and head typ) to get anywhere though. The most typical thread pitch for a M6 screw would be 1.0. You can buy a thread pitch gauge for cheap if need be, othewise if you have a screw to match up go to the store and just lay the threaded portion of new scress on yours. Ifits correct all the little groves will match up with eachother.

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Jan-25-2008, 11:08 AM |   #7 |
z_28 greene grine 
 Join Date: Apr2007Posts: 926 | Not entirely true !

There is 7 compatible sizes (standard sizes till 1")
5/32 ---- 4mm
5/16 ---- 8mm
7/16 ---- 11mm
15/32 --- 12mm
19/32 --- 15mm
3/4 ----- 19mm
29/32 --- 23mm

Both 3/8" and 6mm aren't there. |
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Jan-26-2008, 06:00 AM |   #8 |
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