|Truss-head non-structural machine screws made of carbon steel, cadmium plated. Minimum tensile strength 55,000 PSI. Available in slot head or Phillips recessed head.|
Annual mech. went back with aluminum screws (and put them in super tight). These replaces those for the cowling on my Cirrus
SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R12
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Yes, they are measured from the bottom of the head to the end of the screw, the threaded portion.
No, it is a standard 4-40 thread.
The first number is the size, or diameter, and the dash number is the thread count per inch. A #4 screw is .112" diameter.
You may want to consult with your A&P for more details of which would be better for your application. We suggest using the hardware recommended in the aircraft parts and maintenance manuals.
No, any strength difference would be based on the thread type. These all have a 55,000 psi minimum tensile strength.
That is the length, R8 is 1/2 inch.
AN526 screws are Truss head.