Slotted nut | Article about slotted nut by The Free Dictionary
slotted nut[′släd·əd ′nət]
A regular hexagon nut with slots cut across the flats of the hexagon so that a cotter pin or safety wire can hold it in place.
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The best method of tightening this slotted nut
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