Thread: Rolled or ground?

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    Can you tell from the picture if this is rolled or ground?
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    Do you have a better close up of the threads?
    Rolled screws tend to have a groove in between the threads, whereas ground screws don't.
    In the pic, left is rolled, right is ground.
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    I'll grab a better pic and post it shortly, but thanks that makes it easy to ID.

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    I'm pretty sure it's ground looking at those photo's.
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