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Does anyone know the correct screw size for the Delta Quickset II blade clamp adjusting screw. I thought it was a 10-32 but that doesn't seem to fit. So, I 'm thinking it might be metric?



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A 10-32 sized screw is metric, it stands for 10 mm diameter, 32 threads per inch. was the 10-32 too big or too small, or was it the right diameter but the wrong thread size? BTW, if I remember right, the screw you need for that particular clamp is a 10-24.
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HI NYWOODWORKER

I need to disagree with you

a 10-32 screw is a standard screw and not a metric..

in the states the #10 is the dia. call that is 3/16" in dia. in comes in fine thread and standard thread...

see picture below ..

But I think your are right it should be a 10-24 size in the saw...that's very standard on many small tools, they don't strip as easy as fine thread in cast steel parts..

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A 10-32 sized screw is metric, it stands for 10 mm diameter, 32 threads per inch. was the 10-32 too big or too small, or was it the right diameter but the wrong thread size? BTW, if I remember right, the screw you need for that particular clamp is a 10-24.
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