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setscrew

setscrews, 1
1. A screw used to fix a collar, knob, or other detachable part to a shaft or part of a machine; also called a grub screw.
2. A screw in a cramp that brings the two sides in close contact.
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Install a Bimini top eye-end onto the coupling using the setscrew.
Once installed, the setscrew is flush with the armor plate, eliminating the interference problem.
The distal ends of the lag screws differ in design to achieve rotational locking (if desired) by the setscrew internal to the nail (Fig.
I threaded the punches for attachment to the slide rod, although you could easily fabricate a quick-disconnect or use a setscrew against a flat.
A hardened cup point setscrew provides a secure grip.
The Capless[TM] Pedicle Screw System incorporates a proprietary rotary locking mechanism which affixes the rod in place without a separate cap or setscrew.
Trigger tension can be adjusted anywhere between zero and five pounds with a simple turn of a setscrew, and the Like Mike's open-jaw design loads quickly and silently on nocking loops without causing excessive wear.
6mm thick, brass m6 hex head setscrew x 10 ig, brass m6 flat washer, m27 brassfull nut
The shaft has tapered roller bearings on each end and an emergency cotter pin behind the 26-tooth hub, which Perry added because he lost a shaft and bearings when a setscrew backed off.
The set screw is used to seal the charging port and when you receive your dog collar one setscrew is already in place.
Both front and rear sights are drift adjustable for windage, and the rear sight has a locking setscrew for stability.