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all those screws. what is the thread size of these screws? a lot of mine are fouled up so I would like to run them through a die to clean them up.
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Re: typperware screws

This kind of thing can be found at MAX BMW parts fiche, and a whole lot more:
https://shop.maxbmw.com/fiche/PartsFiche.aspx
Find the screw and go to the description, it will tell you the size.

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The majority are M5.

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Re: typperware screws

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all those screws. what is the thread size of these screws? a lot of mine are fouled up so I would like to run them through a die to clean them up.
If the screws are hosed, the well nuts are likely equally bad and will just mess up the screw threads again. I would buy new screws and well nuts for every location giving trouble.

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