M10 x 1.25P, Fine Pitch, Hex Bolt, High Tensile/ 8.8, Self Colour. DIN 960

M10 x 1.25 Pitch (fine), Hexagon Bolts (patially threaded), High Tensile (8.8), Self-Colour, DIN 960. Fixaball sells all lengths of M10 x 1.25P (fine pitch), hexagon head, partially threaded bolts, at the best...
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M10 x 1.25 Pitch (fine), Hexagon Bolts (patially threaded), High Tensile (8.8), Self-Colour, DIN 960.

Fixaball sells all lengths of M10 x 1.25P (fine pitch), hexagon head, partially threaded bolts, at the best internet prices, with free delivery. For shorter lengths, please see the hex set listing (fully threaded bolt).

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M10 x 1.25 Pitch (fine), Hexagon Bolt (partially threaded) Lengths Available: 

M10 X 1.25P X 50 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 55 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 60 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 70 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 80 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 90 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960
M10 X 1.25P X 100 HT Hex Bolt Gr8.8 DIN 960

 

Bolt vs Screw

A set screw fastens materials together by twisting it directly through the latest component material, into a pre-threaded hole, pulling everything together. A shoulder bolt fastens materials by passing them through pre drilled holes in the adjoining materials and cramping them between the head at one end and a nut on the other. Additional washers are often used to spread the load further. A set screw is fully threaded from underneath the head and a bolt is partially threaded (has a part-plain shank). A bolt is used when you know the length you need and a set screw can be used as a bolt if you need more flexibility in the length.

Head Type

Hexagon Head.

Spanner Sizes

FIXABALL – Specialist Fixings and Fasteners

Spanner Sizes

METRIC - Hexagon Head Bolts/ Sets

Thread Size/ Diameter

Spanner Size

M3 (3mm)

5.5mm

M4 (4mm)

7mm

M5 (5mm)

8mm

M6 (6mm)

10mm

M8 (8mm)

13mm

M10 (10mm)

17mm

M12 (12mm)

19mm

M14 (14mm)

22mm

M16 (16mm)

24mm

 

Threads

Metric Coarse and Metric Fine (M1, M2, M3.... M10, etc.) dimensions are measured in Millimetres (mm) units and were developed to simplify the imperial systems. Europe moved to this system but the Americans choose Imperial as their default. A coarse thread has less helical coils per mm and a fine one has more. Coarse is used for heavier loads and fine is used for lighter loads prone to vibrations.

 

Metric Threads/ Pitches

Fixaball – Specialists in Fixings and Fasteners

Pitch / Thread Types

Size

Standard/ Coarse

Fine

Super Fine

M1.6

0.35

M2

0.4

M2.5

0.45

M3

0.5

M4

0.7

M5

0.8

M6

1.0

M7

1.0

M8

1.25

1.0

M10

1.5

1.25

1.0

M12

1.75

1.5

1.25

M14

2.0

1.5

M16

2.0

1.5

M18

2.5

2.0

1.5

M20

2.5

2.0

1.5

M22

2.5

2.0

1.5

M24

3.0

2.0

M27

3.0

2.0

M30

3.5

2.0

M33

3.5

M36

4.0

M39

4.0

M45

4.5

M52

5.0

M56

5.5

 

 

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