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MS 5479, PS 6151a and PS 7099

MS 5479, PS 6151a and PS 7099

MS 5479, PS 6151a and PS 7099

I am quoting a threaded stud with these specifications.  Any information would be appreciated.

RE: MS 5479, PS 6151a and PS 7099

All three are DaimlerChrysler Engineering Standards.  MS-5479 specifies the requirements for carburized high-strength serrated studs.  PS-6151 specified the identification requirements for metric fasteners, and PS-7099 is a general fastener specification.  MS-5479 also references a number of other standards such as DCX PF-5188 and SAE J1102.  DaimlerChrysler Engineering standards can be obtained directly from DCX via Covisint.

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