A: Well, I do not know anyone that carries # 08 wood dowel, or # 28. So lets see if you understand the question you're asking. the first # - 08 would represent the diameter of the dowel, in metric. 8 mm = 5/16. the 28 being length = 28mm = 1.102 inches. Home Depot has packets of 5/16 dowels, that should be 1 1/4" or may have some 3/4 inch, just read the packet that should have their lenght on it. they not easily seen so ask an associate to help or use the store locator online it should list if they are in stock and what isle to look on. so you wont find 08, but rather look up 5/16 dowels-
A: 1/4", though the 3/8" General Tool dowels I last bought were almost 1/16" oversize. The dowels I bought from a nationwide cheap imported tool company were properly sized and cheaper. Go figure.
A: 7/32 or a 6mm may suffice, 1/4 is in between 6 & 6.5 mm.
A: They are actually only 1? long. The other answers here are incorrect and I bought them based on those answers and they are too short. So yes, the correct length size for this product is 1 inch.
A: These dowels are 1.5" long
A: Absolutely! It can easily be used with wood, plywood, MDF, or particle board.
A: Yes. 1/4 dowel will leave enough material to keep it strong, as long as center your hole.
A: Sure. Any wood product would work