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Old 09-10-2003, 05:48 PM
william rogers william rogers is offline
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Norman Rockwell?

actualy I don't think any bolts use that scale as hardness is not the only factor in the strength of any alloyed steel. I was a partener in a small machine shop way back and learned that there are well over a thosand different alloys used in steel that controlled abrasion resistance,ability to take impact, shear strengh and so on. metric bolts have a number stamped on the end denoteing hardness or tuffness as american bolts are stamped with varering numbers of crossing lines like a star for classing them.

You can find fastener shops in any larger city that will have a selection of bolt and fastners from bridge sized to tiny.........

William Rogers........

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