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It has nothing to do with automotive, it is a Boeing spec. BACD2085N030M is for a threaded hole.

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SOURCE: boeing spec tap size for bacd2085n030m

you will need to explain what is a bacd2085n030n as that means nothing to anyone but you
is it a screw , a plug a electronic unit or what
post it all again as posts are not linked if you want an answer

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