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Torque setting Table for m2.5 ,m3,m4,m5.... m10 screws (csk & pan head ) setrting in kgf / cm.

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This can not be answered with accuracy----

You will need to identify
1: - What material are the screws made out of (Steel / Nylon etc...)

2: - What material are the screws going into (Could be softer or harder material)

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