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8mm is metric size for bolt

125 pitch is the number of threads per inch

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Convert to the same units, drop the units and simplify: 1 m = 1000 mm 8 mm : 1 m = 8 mm : 1000 mm = 8 : 1000 = 8÷8 : 1000÷8 = 1 : 125

Standard thread are meassured in number of threads per inch (example 1/4-20) 1/4 inch dia. bolt with 20 threads per inch. Metric threads are measured in mm between thread (M8 x 1.5), an 8 MM bolt with a thread pitch of 1.5MM between threads.

50-5000 or more

on a 2005 Honda foreman 500 hundred it is 22 ft-lb on the 8 mm bolt and 12 ft-lb on the 6 mm bolts

170 mm , 8 lug

It is 8 mm according to the information I have.

You use a 16 mm or 5/8 wrench.

125 - 8% = 124.92 115 is 8% less than 125.

8/125 = 6.4%

It is: 8*125 = 1000

8 goes into 1000 125 times

1/2 by 20 which is a fine thread grade 8 bolt 1.5 inches in length.

5.125 - 5 125/1000 5 125/1000 - 5 1/8 125/125 = 1 1000/125 = 8 51/8 = 5.125

yes 8 mm is 12 mm smaller than 20 mm

15.625

8 x 125 = 1000

15.625 x 8 = 125

0.125 = 125/1000 The GCF of 125 and 1000 is 125. 125/125 = 1 1000/125 = 8 125/1000 = 1/8

8 inches in mm is 203 mm or 0.703937

8 mm = 0.8 cm

88.

.125 = 125/1000 = 1/8

203.2 mm Direct Conversion Formula 8 in* 25.4 mm 1 in = 203.2 mm

0.125 is 125/1000, or 1/8 in simplified form. 0.125 = 1/8

1 m = 1,000 mm 8 m = 8,000 mm