|Part Number||Type||MS Dash #||Length|
All part numbers will follow this format: AN###. To further distinguish between the part numbers, you'll notice that a dash ("-") has been added, followed by some specific variation of more numbers. If there is an "A" after the dash, the part is cadmium plated, Type II, Class 3, with a drilled head. If there is NOT an "A" after the dash, the part is Cadmium plated, Type I.
AN500 (coarse thread) and AN501 (fine thread) slotted fillister head screws are fabricated from carbon steel. Tensile strength 55,000 PSI
AN502 (fine thread) and AN503 (coarse thread) drilled head, slotted fillister head screws are fabricated from steel meeting specification MIL-S-6050. Tensile strength 125,000 PSI. Cadmium plated, Type II Class 3.
Perfect for my carburetor rebuilds !!
FILLISTER HD SCRW MS35265-64
Just as advertised.
My first order was to see if these were correct length(no grind down to fit) for SU Carburetors Suction Chamber screws,This is my 2nd order of these Fillister Head screws as they are better than stock head diameter and of course Safety Wire Drilled !! Wont use anything else on my Carb Rebuilds !!
1st order to make sure they were correct for my carb rebuilds !! And they are perfect for 60s era SU Carb resto race look !! Thanx
Prefect length for C-85 lower center valve rocker cover when the standard 3/8 length has stripped..
a screw is a screw....
Perfect fit and great finish coating. Pricing was very reasonable.
AA+ fast delivery, great screws...
My bad on this one. I should have ordered the MS35266-63 Fine Thread. Ill get it on the next order
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