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Default 3/8" UNF countersunk left hand screw?

If it helps, a 3/8" UNF lefthand screw is also
a common way for a handheld power saw blade
to be attached.
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Default 3/8" UNF countersunk left hand screw?

whit3rd Inscribed thus:

If it helps, a 3/8" UNF lefthand screw is also
a common way for a handheld power saw blade
to be attached.


Isn't LH 3/8" UNF the same thread used on hand drill chucks ?

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