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If your Total Material Thickness (TMT) is consistent at all fastener locations, the fixed depth receptacles are recommended. If there is a wide variance from location to location you will need to measure the thickness at each location and select the appropriate stud length to fit. Or you may consider using MilSpec's Adjustable Depth receptacles for ease of use. Additional receptacle configurations, materials and other finishes are available. (minimums may apply). If you have any questions or need additional information, please Contact Us and we will be glad to help.
Sizing Chart : For your reference, we have included a chart at the bottom of this page which shows the panel thickness ranges and corresponding stud lengths when used with fixed depth receptacles.
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This drawing is for reference only. The chart below has the stud dash number in the far left coulmn. This is the number that is stamped in the head of the stud. The column to the right shows the Total Material Thickness range (TMT) of each stud length when using Fixed Depth receptacles. Dimensions are in inches. For metric conversion, use this formula: Inches x 25.4 = mm. mm ÷ 25.4 = Inches. If you have any questions or need anything else, please Contact Us.
* When using receptacles number 99R10 or 26R48 series, adjustments to the data below are required. Please contact us for explanation and configuration data.