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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Attachment of the front of the seat to the front seat rail with two #10 carriage bolts provides an unobtrusive yet positive means of anchoring the front of the seat to the chair frame.
If your source depletes and air is sucked into the drive pipe, the pump will stop running; adjust to a lighter spring tension and/or employ the carriage bolt stop by lowering it so it hits the top of the waste valve bushing preventing the waste valve from opening to its full capacity.
An impact gun is usually necessary to tighten the carriage bolts.
Stringers attach to two 2"x4" side rails running fore and aft, which are attached to the carriage bolts in the tops of the pontoons with double nuts to keep them from loosening and to cover the tips of the bolts to prevent injuries to the dogs' feet.
8-1-1/2" x 5/16" carriage bolts (to attach attach and detach gussets on the four longest legs)
Attach with 5 1/2-inch carriage bolts and secure with washers and nuts.
With impressive turning torque - 1,420 in/lbs - the WH18DBDL tackles heavy applications like tightening and loosening carriage bolts, driving lags and sinking deck screws.
The blind is elevated above the water by four aluminum pipe brackets bolted to each corner using carriage bolts, washers and locknuts.
A complete "project oriented" selection of stainless fasteners, including; hand drive and collated nails, brads & staples to fit most collated fastening tools and applications, decking and trim screws (plain finish & painted head), specialty screws, bolts, carriage bolts, lag screws, threaded rod and hidden deck fastening systems.
Two 5/16" carriage bolts were also placed in the inner wall sides to bolt shelve brackets on later.