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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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Also, exchange the screws on standard hinges with security screws, or replace the hinges with strap hinges, also secured with coach bolts.
Assemble the two side frames using coach bolts, spring washers, and nuts.
Step 9: Secure the deck posts using 2 coach bolts through the deck post and into the fascia; it is critical that these holes are pre-drilled.
He said outbuildings should be fitted with at least one heavy duty padlock, strong hinges and coach bolts through the door and frame.
If you are making the bed on a paved surface use coach bolts to hold the sleepers together.
Use strong coach bolts or nonreturn screws to secure door hinges and try to fit close shackle padlocks.''
Outbuildings should have at least one heavy duty padlock, strong hinges and coach bolts through the door and frame.
Fit a second joist onto the end joist for further strength and join with coach bolts.
Security measures can include marking property, using two quality padlocks, hasps and staples, replacing standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or non-return screws, locking side or rear gates and getting security lighting.
Outside, door hinges should be secured with coach bolts or non-return screws.