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What size bolts for server racks?

Posted on 2009-07-06
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I need to go to the hardware store andbuy bolts so I can mount my rack servers to the new server rack I bought. But I'm not sure what size bolts to get.

What size are they?

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10-32 is the normal screw size and thread for data racks.
I usually get 3/4 inch in length.
Some racks still use 12-24.
M6 for European.
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