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using a #2 r.h. screw. i think i need 3/16" hole size washers . am i correct?

Asked on 10/12/2011 by ken rice

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Ken: It seems a 3/16" hole washer is a litle large for a #2 screw. I think I would try a #2 washer. 3/16" is closer to a # 10

Answered on 10/16/2011 by JAMES WOLFF
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You should be able to use 1/8" hole washers

Answered on 10/15/2011 by BURL PEISER

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I would have to try the screw in the hole... My guess is that a smaller washer would be better fit.

Answered on 10/14/2011 by JACK BRUBAKER

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i haven't got a 2 to measure, sorry

Answered on 10/14/2011 by GEOFFREY HOOTS

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sorry i meant 3/32" hole size for a no. 2 washer. is that correct? thanks, ken

Answered on 10/13/2011 by ken rice

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a number 2 screw is smaller than i can probably see and would certainly fall thru a 3/16" hole

Answered on 10/13/2011 by GEOFFREY HOOTS
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Is 7/8 the inner diameter of the hole or the entire diameter of the washer?

Asked on 09/25/2011 by Robert Neumann

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if you asked for a 7/8 washer, then it is the hole size; if it is the outside diameter you asked for a 1/4 inch washer.

Answered on 09/26/2011 by HENRY GRAFF
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I am fairly certain the entire washer diameter was 7/8". I do not remember what I used them for so I can not be certain.

Answered on 09/26/2011 by GREG MELLER

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7/8" would be the outside diameter of the washer. I am bery happy with the quality of the products that I buy from jamestown. locksmith (Jim)

Answered on 09/26/2011 by JIMMIE ROGERS

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That was a year ago almost but, I think I bought 7/8" OD and 3/8" ID. That's what is in my crystal radio build box that I was using at that time. GT

Answered on 09/26/2011 by GLENN M THOMAS

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I didn't buy 7/8, but based on mrasurements of other washer I would say that 7/8 is the hole diameter.

Answered on 09/26/2011 by WILLIAM HEVERLY

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It is a 1/4" flat washer the inner hole id 1/4" the outer diameter is 7/8".

Answered on 09/26/2011 by Clyde Campbell
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can I purchase one box?

Asked on 07/13/2013 by Wayne Brooks

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I did without any problem.

Answered on 07/14/2013 by MARIETTA WALKER
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Yes

Answered on 07/14/2013 by REINHOLD WAPPLER

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I believe so, that's what I did.

Answered on 07/13/2013 by JOHN BYRD
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is this the smallest i can use with # 10 brass round head screws? Thanks

Asked on 10/13/2011 by Ned F

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Ned, I'm using the washers to connect toilet bowls to toilet tanks - they are good quality and do not rust or corrode since they are brass. However, I'm using them with brass bolts and not screws. Just determine the diameter of the screws and see if the right diameter washer is available. John

Answered on 10/15/2011 by JOHN BYRD
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#10 brass RH screws are essentially 3/16" diam. (.187") at the top. So I guess you need to ask Jamestown the ID of the washer you are planning to purchase.

Answered on 10/27/2011 by ALTON CLARK

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A 10-32 thread has a major diameter of .190. I measured a screw and found it to be .184 in diameter. A #10 washer has an ID of .218 and an OD of .500 and the next size down is a #8 with an ID of .187 and an OD of .437. Good luck

Answered on 10/26/2011 by STANLEY POTTER
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WHAT IS THE ID; OD; THICKNESS?

Asked on 03/01/2012 by Undisclosed

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ID = Inner Diameter. OD = Outer Diameter. Thickness = width of washer when stood on its edge.

Answered on 03/01/2012 by LAUREN RUEGER
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according to my calipers, 0.80" ID 1.87" OD 0.12" Thick

Answered on 03/02/2012 by GARY SHUFELT
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What are the inner and outer dimensions of this washer? I need one that where the center opening is about 1 1/2 diameter, 2-1/2 to 3 inches across the entire diameter.

Asked on 10/26/2011 by Undisclosed

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one I bought was about 3/8 or 1/2 in outside daim.

Answered on 10/26/2011 by GLENN M THOMAS
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I bought flat washers for 1/4-20 bolts. Did you search on the Jamestown website for larger ones or google it?

Answered on 10/26/2011 by Clyde Campbell
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I am buying #2 brass screws in various lengths. What size washers will fit these?

Asked on 02/14/2013 by Mariann Dragunas

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Jamestown has #2 brass flat washers, that should be your best bet.

Answered on 02/21/2013 by PAUL TOFFOLO
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What size brass washer has a 3mm or slightly larger hole in it?

Asked on 07/25/2012 by David Rodvien

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We don't offer a 3mm flat washer in brass but a #6 "FBRFW6" would be slightly larger, and still smaller than a 4mm, so this would work well, thank you.

Answered on 07/26/2012 by Nathan Fournier
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I have been purchasing Hillman #6S Flat Brass Washers from Loew's. They are small -- about 5/16" OD/1/8" ID. What is the comparable size from this website? Additionally, I am looking for 3/8" OD/5/32" ID brass washers. Don't know the size of this washer but looking for correct size on this website.

Asked on 09/04/2011 by Mary Brown

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You can get the size of the washers from the web site. All of the brass fasteners and washers have been of the highest quality. I buy my fasteners in quantities of 100. They are much cheaper that way, and probably won't be any more expensive than a small package from Lowes. Bob Fuqua

Answered on 09/06/2011 by ROBERT FUQUA
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