Fastener Length: 5-11/32", Grip Length: 4-15/16", steel comp 4140 overall or steel comp e4340 overall or steel comp 6150 overall or steel comp 8735 overall or steel comp 8740 overall Thread: 1/2-20, Thread Length: 13/32"
Distance From Head Largest Bearing Surface To Shank Hole Center
5.172 inches minimum first hole and 5.204 inches maximum first hole
From 5.343" and 5.390"
From 0.4982" and 0.4991"
36.0 rockwell c minimum and 40.0 rockwell c maximum
From 0.234" and 0.266"
Steel comp 4140 or steel comp e4340 or steel comp 6150 or steel comp 8735 or steel comp 8740
Minimum Tensile Strength
160000 pounds per square inch
Nominal Thread Diameter
Mil-s-5626 mil spec 1st material response or mil-s-5000 mil spec 2nd material response or mil-s-8503 mil spec 3rd material response or mil-s-6098 mil spec 4th material response or mil-s-6049 mil spec 5th material response
Shank Unthreaded Hole Diameter
0.106 inches first hole
Single Shear Strength
18650 pounds per square inch
80205-nas464 professional/industrial association standard
Width Between Flats
From 0.740" and 0.752"
Surface Treatment Spec
Qq-p-416 ty 2 cl 3 fed spec all treatment responses
Cadmium and chromate
From 0.405" and 0.452"
Thready Qty Per Inch (tpi)
Thread Series Designator
Bolt, Shear, also referenced with federal logistics item name code 15903
- A high strength, 160,000 pounds per square inch (1100 megapascals) minimum tensile strength externally threaded fastener designed for use in applications involving great shear stress. the head is designed to accommodate an external wrench or driver. the head is not designed to be held or driven with an inserted driver, nor is it designed for rotation by the thumb and fingers. the unthreaded portion is of specific grip length, plated or unplated, and is machined to a tolerance of one thousandth (0.001) of an inch (0.025 mm) or less of a specific diameter for items one inch (25 mm) or less in diameter. items over one inch (25 mm) in diameter shall have a tolerance of fifteen ten thousandths (0.0015) of an inch (0.038 mm) or less. the nominal major diameter of the threads shall be at least one thousandth (0.001) of an inch (0.025 mm) below the minimum shank diameter, but not below the minimum major diameter for applicable class of fit, as shown in the screw thread standards, fed std h28 and/or other nationally recognized standards. a locking feature may be incorporated in the design of the head or threads. see bolt, machine and bolt, clevis.