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MS35207 MACHINE SCREWS CROSS RECESSED

From $0.08 to $0.44
Part No. Old
AN520R
Dash No.
Dia. & Thread
Size
Length (in.) Price Buy
MS35207-260
-10R510-325/16$0.08
Quantity
MS35207-261
-10R610-323/8$0.08
Quantity
MS35207-262
-10R710-327/16$0.08
Quantity
MS35207-263
-10R810-321/2$0.09
Quantity
MS35207-264
-10R1010-325/8$0.08
Quantity
MS35207-265
-10R1210-323/4$0.11
Quantity
MS35207-266
-10R1410-327/8$0.14
Quantity
MS35207-267
-10R1610-321$0.12
Quantity
MS35207-268
-10R2010-321-1/4$0.13
Quantity
MS35207-269
-10R2410-321-1/2$0.20
Quantity
MS35207-270
-10R2810-321-3/4$0.18
Quantity
MS35207-271
-10R3210-322$0.19
Quantity
MS35207-278-416R71/4-287/16$0.17
Quantity
MS35207-279-416R81/4-281/2$0.13
Quantity
MS35207-280-416R101/4-285/8$0.21
Quantity
MS35207-281-416R121/4-283/4$0.18
Quantity
MS35207-283-416R161/4-281$0.17
Quantity
MS35207-285-416R241/4-281-1/2$0.44
Quantity
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Overview

These pan head machine screws have 55,000 psi minimum tensile strength and are cadmium plated to Specification QQ-P-416, Type 2, Class 3. Manufactured from carbon steel per Federal Standard #66.
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Reviews

Perfect hardware at great price.

Ralph G Verified Purchase

MACHINE SCREW MS35207-264

August 17, 2021

5 stars

Dennis M Verified Purchase

MACHINE SCREW MS35207-265

July 2, 2021

5stars

Dennis M Verified Purchase

MACHINE SCREW MS35207-263

July 2, 2021

As expected, excellent fit and thread quality.

Walter A Verified Purchase

MACHINE SCREW MS35207-260

June 3, 2021

As expected, excellent fit and thread quality

Walter A Verified Purchase

MACHINE SCREW MS35207-263

June 3, 2021

Screws appear to be of good quality. The order was shipped and arrived promptly, and was filled accurately with the correct part numbers and quantities shipped. In all, excellent service.

Michael M
March 14, 2019

The threads on 3 out of 10 the screws became galled on the first try to insert the screws. It would be better to run a thread tracer through the retainer prior to installing the new screws.

Lester D
September 4, 2018

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