self-locking nut

self-locking nut

[′self ¦läk·iŋ ′nət]
(design engineering)
A nut having an inherent locking action, so that it cannot readily be loosened by vibration.
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The other rod ends were inspected for safety; the self-locking nut and bolt for the aft interconnect push rod was very loose.
Two preloaded angular contact ball bearings in back-to-back arrangements and a self-locking nut are also included.
1) consists of one or multiple formed components called retainer sections, an exterior band, a T-bolt, a trunion, and a self-locking nut.
brass, second generation PTFE packing/seats, a vibration-free self-locking nut, an explosion-proof stem and rugged rust-resistant steel handle.
This AD would require replacement of the bolt and self-locking nut on the primary support pin of the main landing gear (MLG) support beam with a new bolt, castellated nut, washer and cotter pin.
Fig 1231 Item Name NSN 1 Self-locking screw 5310-01-369-6706 3 M16 cap screw 5305-01-369-8253 4 Machine bolt 5306-01-369-8192 6 Flat washer 5310-01-369-8923 7 Self-locking nut 5310-01-369-3339 Fig 1232 Item Name NSN 1 Cap screw 5305-01-433-8469 2 Flat washer 5310-01-158-9053 3 Self-locking nut 5310-01-369-6706 5 Cap screw 5305-01-369-2264
Remove the track shoe's inner and outer pad and self-locking nut.
Fig 175 of TM 9-2350-314-24P-1 (Feb 99, w/Ch 4, Jan 09) and the M992A2's IETM show the screw placed so the flat washer and self-locking nut are facing the front end of the vehicle.
To travel lock the weapon and cradle, secure the travel lock arm to the collar using the hex head cap screw, self-locking nut, and washer.
Use NSN 5310-01-056-2966 to order a new self-locking nut for the M1A1 tank's weapon mount assembly.
Self-locking nuts - also known as stiff nuts and sometimes prevailing torque nuts.
M224A1: Torque the two new self-locking nuts to 10 + 2 lb-ft (13.