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PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:12 pm 
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Folks I need to replace a motley mix of incorrect screws in a load of door handles.
Anyone know what size I need? The door furniture is just standard stuff, but someone
has taken the originals and replaced them with a load of odds and ends.

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They vary. Pan head for handles ... :dunno:

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Yep, those semi dome headed ones, I guess 25m long, byt what gauge would I need?


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they tend to be no7s for all door and window furniture

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Brilliant, thanks


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skeetstar wrote:
I guess 25m long,



That'll be one thick door... :lol:

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