carriage bolt


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carriage bolt

[′kar·ij ‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A round-head type of bolt with a square neck, used with a nut as a through bolt.

carriage bolt

carriage bolts
A threaded bolt having a circular head, an oval or flat bearing surface, and a means (such as a square shoulder under the head) of preventing rotation of the bolt.
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As shown in Drawing 2, mount the plywood seat to the bottom of the bucket with the 3/8" carriage bolt, 11 washers and a 3/8" nut.
Place the purlin pipes on the inside of the hoops, secured with the smooth heads of 1/4-inch-diameter-by-4-inch carriage bolts facing upward.
Place the purlin pipes on the inside of the hoops, secured with the smooth heads of quarter-inch-diameter-by-4-inch carriage bolts facing upward.
8 screws in each brace-to-leg joint and two 3-inch carriage bolts, washers and nuts in each short skirt-to-leg joint.
This draft slide is held in place by six carriage bolts.
With the waste valve tension bolt completely loose and the carriage bolt stop completely up out of the way, let go of the waste valve spring which may or may not open on its own.
The front legs and back support are held to the back leg-seat support with galvanized carriage bolts.
Position the remaining pair of bike hooks just high enough to get your bikes off the floor, and bolt them in place using 6" carriage bolts and putting the spacers (E) between the uprights.
Drill through the apron into the leg and then, in order, insert the carriage bolt, a washer, the leg, another washer and the nut.
My main principle for achieving this is using reverted 10x24 carriage bolts and a thin hi-carbon, channel-shaped 3/64" steel plate.