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Michael Gilligan23/08/2019 09:44:38
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Posted by Neil Wyatt on 23/08/2019 09:33:37:

GIYF.

www.classicandexotic.com/store/p-3865-m4-075-screw.aspx

Not a cheap option with shipping, I guess.

Neil

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I wonder what the tolerances are, on those rather impressively specified dimensions

MichaelG.

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M4-0.75 Screw as used on Hispano Suiza J-12.

Material: Steel
Finish: Natural
Thread: M4-0.75 x 15.75
OAL: 27.59mm
Shoulder: 8.5mm
Length under head: 23.84mm

not done it yet23/08/2019 10:19:28
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Posted by Michael Gilligan on 23/08/2019 09:40:01:
Posted by not done it yet on 23/08/2019 08:56:48:
Posted by KWIL on 23/08/2019 07:24:35:

Yes is the answer, it all depends upon how many items you need.

I know what you mean.smiley “Ally Barber” would gladly supply a million from China. Not so good a price, or availability, if one only wanted four or five!

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I may be wrong, but I think KWIL was answering the question by Nicholas Wheeler 1

[quote] Is anyone really going to screwcut such a thread when they can buy taps and die?. Anyone who gets work done, that is. [/quote]

MichaelG.

Mine was just a tongue in cheek reply referring right back to the start of the thread, there being no reference for anything else.smiley

Just shows how things can easily be misconstrued - like three separate suggestions (in three separate sentences) all being assumed to be intimately connected when they were most certainly not!smiley

JasonB23/08/2019 10:27:31
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If there are more than you fancy making yourself then someone like Historicthreads may be able to run a small batch, expect their CNC machines would also hit the tolerances of the screws Neil linked to and would actually be CSK too.

Edited By JasonB on 23/08/2019 10:28:42

Michael Gilligan23/08/2019 10:32:47
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Posted by JasonB on 23/08/2019 10:27:31:

If there are more than you fancy making yourself then someone like Historicthreads may be able to run a small batch, expect their CNC machines would also hit the tolerances of the screws Neil linked to and would actually be CSK too.

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dont know Neil's link included no tolerances

Russell Eberhardt23/08/2019 10:33:35
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It would almost certainly be French Automobile Thread, a slightly different spec. to the old French Metric Thread. I still have a few taps and dies for it from working on vintage Morris cars which used French Automobile thread on their engines but with W.W. hexagon sizes so that UK garages could use their existing spanners. Unfortunately I don't have a 4 x 0.75 die - sorry.

For reference the spec for French Automobile Thread can be found about 2/3 of the way down this page:

**LINK**

Russell

Russell Eberhardt23/08/2019 10:45:41
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Just found this on a French site:

**LINK**

It is a bit expensive but if you need a number of screws . . .

The interesting thing is that the dies are made by Dormer to BS1127:1950!

Russell

Howard Lewis23/08/2019 16:21:08
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Purely as a comment re fasteners for switch patresses. I thought that with metrication, the threads had changed from BA to 3.5mm diameter x from memory 0.5mm pitch?

Howard

Andrew Johnston23/08/2019 16:38:02
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Posted by Howard Lewis on 23/08/2019 16:21:08:

............ from memory 0.5mm pitch

Ooops. embarrassed

When my electrician said he'd leave it to me to fix some of the old sockets in my replacement kitchen I bought M3.5 x 0.6 taps.

Andrew

Howard Lewis23/08/2019 17:04:26
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Thanks for putting me right Andrew!

Moral: don't trust to memory. Should have looked at Tracy Tools brochure, as they sell them!

Howard

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