# Quick Answer: Is M6 The Same As 6mm?

## What does m10 mean?

means a 10M10 means a 10 millimeter outer diameter for the bolt or whatever piece it is; M12 means 12 millimeters.

The part after the ‘x’ is the pitch — how many mm a thread is wide.

To figure out which you have, you can measure the existing part with calipers and a thread gauge..

## What is the closest metric size to 3 8?

Standard / Metric Wrench Conversion ChartBolt DiameterStandardMetric1/4″7/16″11mm5/16″1/2″13mm3/8″9/16″14mm7/16″5/8″16mm39 more rows

## What is equivalent to m6?

Body Size MetricNearest Imperial Equivalent SizeM4-8-36M5-10-32M6-1/4-28M8-5/16-184 more rows

## What size is a 6mm bolt?

Metric Shoulder Bolt DimensionsShoulder Diameter (A)Thread (C)Thread Length (D)6mm5mm x 0.89.75mm8mm6mm x 1.011.25mm10mm8mm x 1.2513.25mm12mm10mm x 1.516.4mm3 more rows

## What are the socket wrench sizes?

There are four common socket sizes: 1/4 inch (0.6 centimeters), 3/8 inch (0.9 centimeters), 1/2 inch (1.3 centimeters) and 3/4 inch (1.9 centimeters). In-between sizes are available too, starting with 1/4 inch (0.6 centimeters) and increasing every sixteenth of an inch (0.16 centimeters).

## What are standard metric bolt sizes?

Table 3.MetricClosest InchM8-1.255/16-18 (Smaller)M10-1.53/8-16 (Smaller)M12-1.751/2-13 (Larger)M14-2.09/16-12 (Larger)16 more rows

## What size bolt takes a 15mm wrench?

The standard wrenches needed are: 11,13,15,17,19,22,24,27,30,32,36mm. I believe that the bold that goes with the 15mm wrench is normally an M8. M8s usually use 12 or 13mm heads. Your list of wrenches may be true for whatever you work on, but the reality is that you need most sizes.

## What size socket is m6?

Size ChartBolt sizeSizeTolerance9mm9.183/8″9.70M610mm10.24M711mm11.2437 more rows

## What is the metric equivalent to Grade 8?

Approximate Equivalency Chart Metric/US Roughly Equivalent US Bolt MaterialsMetric Nut ClassSAE J429Normally UsedGrades8.8859.895+10.910or 12812.910or 12.3 more rows

## Are m10 and 3/8 the same?

For example, a 3/8-16 (coarse) thread has a 3/8″ nominal major diameter and 16 threads per inch, while a 3/8-24 (fine) thread has the same nominal major diameter and 24 threads per inch. … For example, the thread “M10” automatically means a coarse pitch, while any added pitch callout, such as M10x1.

## Is m8 the same as 8mm?

All dimensions of the bolt (and nut) are a parameter of its basic diameter. The “M8” refers to an approximation of the major diameter of the thread of 8mm – actually slightly less, like 7.9, as the sharp edges are rounded off.