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What is the difference between Class 2b and 3b threads?

A 2A screw is in a 2B hole. The 2B Thread has wide application, accommodates plating, finishes, and coating to a limited extent and, therefore, has fair tolerance allowances. Class 3B Thread means a 3A screw in a 3B nut or threaded hole for applications that are close to tolerance limits.

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