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Cetma S-wing Screw Size


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May 5, 2024

I've misplaced the screws for my Cetma S-wing footpockets, and getting a replacement screw kit from Cetma is extremely costly. Does anyone know the screw size and length? I'd like to try getting some from a local hardware store. Thanks in advance!
Sorry no details for you :( But when I replaced a broken blade on my Beuchat fins I was careful to buy a fixing set for it too : 2 screws and 2 metal clips ... I think, and possibly a new plastic block to fit beneath and between the scews? Was glad I'd bought the fitting kit, as I'd lost at least one clip.

I would assume the screws are stainless steel, but I suppose possibly just galvanized or otherwise treated to protect against saltwater corrosion?

I keep tins of old wood screws, for did fixing things, so if it were me, I might try some of those more common screws, to work out the nearest size. ;)
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The screws seems to be a very classical parker screws.
Take the other fin as example
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I have the CETMA S-Wings. I'll go take a look and make some measurements and report back.
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Thank you!
Turns out my fins don't have the screws since I glued them. Sorry to disappoint. That said, the screws would screw into those short plastic cylinders in the cap. I would just take that to a hardware store and pick up the screws that snugly fit into them. Stainless steel screws like @dcvf mentioned and posted. Should be straight forward to match up.
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