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There has to be more to the designation than Grade 8 or Grade 9.

Generally you will have a designation like SAE or ASTM and then the number witin that category, and then a Grade or type.

I would assume by the application that you are talking about an alloy tool steel. Check out this web page. It has a lot of good data on alloys.

Harold Sprague

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Subject: steel bars
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 08:25:02 -0600

Grade 8 Grade 9 bar material.
Does anyone have material properties for these types of bars, ranging from ¾" to 1½" diameter. Typical applications are for hardrock mining and the lengths vary from 3' to 12'

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