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Posted Sat Mar 16, 2019 10:04 AM
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Posted Mon Mar 18, 2019 2:40 AM
I think it unlikely that anyone would have documentation that specified the size so you will have to measure them, a steel rule with 0.5mm graduations would be more accurate than a plastic one but a vernier caliper would be the most accurate and the ideal tool to use if you have access to one.
The width across the outside of the thread should give you size (diameter).
The length is obtained by measuring the threaded section only (if the underside of the head is flat) or the entire length if it is counter sunk (underside of head is tapered), I would expect you to have the former.
The type can be determined by whether or not it comes to a point (self tapping) or has a flat/square end (thread formed/machine screws), again I would expect you to have the former.
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