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SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

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SinglePack of 100
MaterialThreadLengthPart No.
Cad Plated8-321/2AN526-832R8

Overview

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.

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Timothy L Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

August 16, 2022

OK

Larry R Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

August 3, 2022

5 stars

Wayne S Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

April 15, 2022

Excellent quality.

Robert G Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

March 1, 2022

Good quality. Good price.

Lewis M Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

January 25, 2022

ditto

Flying T Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

November 30, 2021

Excellant quality.

Chadwick L Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

October 2, 2021

Jesse R Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

September 15, 2021

Good hardware

Jim C Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

August 20, 2021

still same quality product and pleasure to use

Rex S Verified Purchase

SCREW, MACHINE AN526-832-R8

July 21, 2021

Q&A

Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Are the lengths of machine screws measured by the length of the threaded portion not including the head?

Yes, they are measured from the bottom of the head to the end of the screw, the threaded portion.

Q: The AN526C-440R8 is metric thread?

No, it is a standard 4-40 thread.

Q: What do the numbers in the thread size column mean? ie 4-40. what does the 4-40 mean

The first number is the size, or diameter, and the dash number is the thread count per inch. A #4 screw is .112" diameter.

Q: Regarding non-structural use of AN526 and AN365 hardware... What is the difference (reason for purchasing) stainless vs. Cad plated?

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.

Q: Is there a difference in strength between the CAD plated and the Stainless?

No, any strength difference would be based on the thread type. These all have a 55,000 psi minimum tensile strength.

Q: What does the R8 stand for in AN526C-632R8 and AN526C-440R8?

That is the length, R8 is 1/2 inch.

Q: Are these truss head screws or round head?

AN526 screws are Truss head.

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