Carriage bolts on Riviera

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Boytoy
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Carriage bolts on Riviera

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Hello everyone! The plan calls out for carriage bolts 1/4 and 3/8. Is this the widht or the lenght of the bolt? As a Norwegian i am struggling with the imperial system :oops:

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Boytoy

That is the diameter of the bolt.

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Thanx Bill! You saved me from crying my self to sleep tonight :D

What i need is M6 and M8 carriage bolts. The M stands for metrical system and the number is mm.

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Yes M6 & M8.

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m8 is closer to a 5/16 m10 is closer to 3/8
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Soloboat wrote:m8 is closer to a 5/16 m10 is closer to 3/8
Yes of course, you are right :!: 3/8 is 9,5mm

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