Item #: 2756196 | Model #: 495867
STARTECH.COM® SCREW6_32 Mounting Screw
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STARTECH.COM® SCREW6_32 Mounting Screw

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  • Comes in a pack of 50 for large installations or just having spares for future installations
  • Head type: Hex
  • Drive type: Philips
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STARTECH.COM® SCREW6_32 Mounting Screw
Product Description
STARTECH.COM® Mounting screw with 32 TPI is used to fasten hard drives, power supplies and expansion cards to the computer chassis, sold as 50 per pack.

STARTECH.COM® Mounting Screw of 0.25" length has silver finish is used to install new hardware. Screw of 32 TPI is ideal to keep with you for building, repairing and maintaining computer systems, sold as 50 per pack.

  • Comes in a pack of 50 for large installations or just having spares for future installations
  • Head type: Hex
  • Drive type: Philips
  • Threads per inch (TPI): 32

Classic Design
If you want a set of screws that won't stand out too much, try StarTech.com mounting screws. Each metal screw is neutral enough to blend in with your equipment, and the simple style of each mounting screw won't clash with any existing parts that are holding your machine together.

Convenient
StarTech.com mounting screws come in a practical pack of 50, ensuring that you'll always have plenty of screws on hand when you need to repair a computer part or maintain your system. The affordable price makes it easy to buy packs for your entire office, even if you work for a large company.

Easy to Use
You don't have to be a carpenter to figure out how to use these mounting screws properly. Inserting a screw is as easy as putting the screw into the opening of your choice, sticking a Phillips screwdriver in the top of the screw, and turning the screw in a clockwise motion until it is locked tightly in place.

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