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BOLT, MACHINE - HEXAGON HEAD, PD SHANK, CRES AMS5731, .190-32 UNJF-3A
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Published November 01, 2012 by SAE International in United States
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AS3099 HAS BEEN REAFFIRMED TO COMPLY WITH THE SAE FIVE-YEAR REVIEW POLICY.
FOR PART NUMBERS AS3099-11 THRU AS3099-13 THE THREAD PD SHALL REPLACE DATUM B.
MATERIAL: CORROSION RESISTANT STEEL AMS 5731.
MANUFACTURING SPECIFICATION: AMS 7477.
FLUORESCENT PENETRANT INSPECTION PER AMS 2645.
SURFACE TEXTURE: ANSI B46.1-1962. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SURFACES TO BE 125 MICROINCHES, (3.2 MICROMETRES) EXCEPT UPSET HEAD.
BREAK SHARP EDGES .003-.015 (0.08-0.38) UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
DIMENSIONS IN INCHES (MILLIMETRES). METRIC CONVERSIONS ARE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM UNITS (SI). UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, TOLERANCES: ANGULAR DIMENSIONS ±5°.
DIMENSIONS AND TOLERANCING: ANSI Y14.5-1973.
DO NOT USE UNASSIGNED PART NUMBERS.
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