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BZP Set Screws M10 x 30mm Pk50

BZP Set Screws M10 x 30mm Pk50
Average Customer Rating:
3.5 out of 5
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for BZP Set Screws M10 x 30mm Pack of 50
Review 1 for BZP Set Screws M10 x 30mm Pack of 50
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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Exactly what it says
17 Aug 2012
By
, Hertfordshire
"I needed one to replace a bolt from my brake callipers. Did exactly what it was supposed to, no more no less.
Features... errr, threaded rod with hexagonal cap. 5/5
Performance... the one bolt I used performed exactly as intended. 5/5
Reliability... the caliper is still on, and does not look likely to budge. 5/5
Value... I had to buy 50, I only needed one. The price is 'fair' but no more. A smaller MOQ would be nice."
Review 2 for BZP Set Screws M10 x 30mm Pack of 50
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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A word to the wise
31 Jan 2010
By
, Yorkshire
"After a bit of research (!) tells me the minimum fully threaded length of a bolt is 12 + 2xD mm (so an M10 bolt has a reliable threaded length of 32mm) and setscrews cost more than bolts as the thread has to be cut right up to the thread and bolt threads can just be rolled on. Bolt threads are also stronger, as the thread runout is better controlled.
Dull huh? But it's the sort on info (min threaded length) which screwfix should include in the product description.
Hence - use a bolt if you can, they're stronger and cheaper."
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.