Bolt Diameter Standard. Metric. 1/8". 5/16". 8 mm. 3/16". 3/8". 10 mm. 1/4". 7/16". 11 mm. 5/16". 1/2". 13 mm. 3/8". 9/16". 14 mm. 7/16". 5/8".
If your tool box is like mine, you have an assortment of wrenches, but invariably need a second one for the same bolt and don't have the extra standard or metric .
This table is the chart for publication of information of wrench sizes in inches (US) and millimeters (metric), as well as British spanner size information. , 14mm. , 9/16 AF. , 15mm , 11/16 AF. , 18mm, 18mm.
A chart which compares standard wrench sizes with metric wrench sizes, and indicate rough equivalence.
While the average wrench set won't include every single size of wrench, here are some of the Here are Standard (SAE) and Metric wrench sizes (from smallest to largest) that can often be 14mm, 18mm,
You'd think that a list of socket sizes in order would be pretty simple. Usually you want to use with a socket size 12mm or smaller (but up to 14mm for Generally, you'll want to use with 12mm to 18mm sockets (or larger if.
While many people have both a metric wrench set and an imperial, or standard, set, if you only have a metric set available, no need to worry. It doesn't matter if.
Useful guide on spanner to nut/bolt relationships, and the selection and use of There is a 'heavy series' of nuts that have slightly larger AF sizes for a given bolt AF size instead of 17mm (or possibly even 14mm or 15mm), M12 with 18mm.
I have no problem doing the decimal conversion from metric socket sizes and from SAE socket sizes. What I Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy 5/16"=8mm, 7/ 16"=11mm, 1/2"=13mm, 9/16"=14mm, 5/8"=16mm, 11/16"=17mm.