# Quick Answer: How Do I Calculate Nut Size?

## What size is a 10 24 bolt?

The first definition is about the size of the screw.

For a 10-24 screw this is 0.19 of an inch as the major diameter and 0.1379 as the minor diameter..

## What size is a #10 nut?

US Nut Size TableSizeDiameter*Hex NutMachine Screw Nut#6-5/16″#8-11/32″#10-3/8″17 more rows

## What size is an m8 nut?

The standard size M8 hex nut is 13 mm across opposite faces, the vast majority you will encounter will be this size although you do occasionally see other sizes especially in mass produced products, Ford seem to have a thing about using non-standard sizes and of course not all nuts are hex nuts.

## What are standard bolt sizes?

Typically, machine bolt sizes range from 1/4″ to 1 1/4″ for square heads and 3/8″ to 1 3/4″ in diameter for hex heads, and lengths span from about 3/4″ to 18″ for square and 6 1/2″ to 24″ for hex heads. Measure length from under the head to the threaded end of the bolt.

## What is the most common bolt size?

Re: Most common metric bolt sizes The Asian manufacturers used the 12mm and 10mm as the most common, followed by the 15, 17 and 19mm.

## How do you read bolt sizes?

How to Read Screw SizesRead the first letter of the size. This the largest diameter: the measurement of the screw on the thread. … Read the second number. This is either the number of threads per unit of the distance between threads; also known as the “thread pitch”. … Read the third number, generally the one following the “x.”

## How do I know what size wrench I need?

Multiply the first number which is the bolt size in inches or millimeters, by 1.5 using a pocket calculator, if necessary. For example, for the numbers in Step 1, 1/2 x 1.5 = . 75 or 3/4, which is the wrench size needed for this standard-sized bolt.

## What size thread is a 19mm nut?

Size ChartBolt sizeSizeTolerance18mm18.403/8″BSW18.43M1219mm19.461/2″UNF3/4″19.5137 more rows

## Are Nuts measured from the inside diameter?

Bolts are measured in length of shank, bolt head size, width of shank (the diameter of the threaded bolt body) and the thread pitch (the size of the thread). Nuts are measured by the width of the hex shape and by their thread pitch. Bolts and nuts come in many different measurements and cannot be interchanged.