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Car hoist screws bronze nuts

Car hoist screws bronze nuts

Car hoist screws bronze nuts

(OP)
Hello
I'm replacing two bronze nuts for the raise/lowering screws on a car hoist. The screws also have a safety steel nut above
I will be making them out of a PB1 bronze.
I will attach the link for the material I plan to order
https://www.kormax.com/material/pb1-phosphor-bronz...

They are a trapezoidal 40x6 size
My question is where do I find a calculation so I can reverse engineer what load the bronze nut material is designed to take?
Any sites you recommend or book?

Thank you
Lance

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