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lag bolt

[′lag ‚bōlt]
(design engineering)

lag bolt, coach screw, lag screw

lag bolt
A bolt having a square head and a thin, coarse-pitched thread.
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With this part complete, you can now put the magnifier in the slot, move it to the right location, and see the mating surface by either raising or lowering the magnifier or the extension on the lag bolt.
Lag bolts, bolts, cable, and even the winch (refer to materials list on page 88 for numbers of each) should be available from most building or farm supplies.
5 MOUNT the laminated peak beam to the two rear posts with lag bolts, then raise the assembly into place.
To strengthen each leg, we added two 5-inch lag bolts.
Anchored to the floor with heavy lag bolts, it has proven entirely satisfactory for years.
PRR-401 specifies that the siding and the band joist bear directly on the reaction support, that dry SPF lumber can be used for the ledger, and that a washer be used with the lag bolts.
Even with the right number and size of lag bolts at the ledger, this connection is prone to premature failure if the house wall deteriorates.
Use 3-inch lag bolts on wood-shake roofs instead of the 1 1/2-inch ones because you need to strap the collectors to the wood supports underneath the shakes.
The remaining connections for these timbers range from simple lag bolts, to specialized clips, to simple steel plates with nuts and bolts.
Attach panel with three lag bolts to wall of house, position ledger on panel, check horizontality with level, and attach with lag bolts.
To strain a metaphor, it's as rich with screws and lag bolts and swage-lock fasteners as it ever was with nails.
Visitors hardly notice the lag bolts in the vertical corner boards or the beefy gate hinges mostly hidden behind them.