carriage bolt


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carriage bolt

n
(Mechanical Engineering) chiefly US and Canadian another name for coach bolt
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Noun1.carriage bolt - a roundheaded bolt for timbercarriage bolt - a roundheaded bolt for timber; threaded along part of the shank; inserted into holes already drilled
bolt - a screw that screws into a nut to form a fastener
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Insert the carriage bolt into the leg and secure it with the washer and nut.
It could be a Phillips head screw, a flat head screw, a carriage bolt, a wood screw, or a machine screw.
The bracket includes pre-drilled holes for grounding lugs to reduce installation time, and a carriage bolt for increased stability.
Most front casters use a traditional carriage bolt for an axle with a nut at one end to secure it in place.
* 1-8' long 2x4 board (treated wood preferred) * 4-8' long 1x2 or 1x3 boards * 1-6" long 5/16" carriage bolt * 1-5/16" nut * 15-30 6d galvanized nails * 8" to 10" plastic cable ties (available at auto supply or hardware stores) Common twist ties can also be used.
The bolt in the picture was a carriage bolt and a locknut.
This rivet head is made from the head of a 1/4" carriage bolt. A hole is just drilled in the receiver and the rivet is set in place followed by spot welding from the back side.
Installation's a snap, thanks to a carriage bolt mounting system.
They are often referred to by the neck as round-head, square-neck carriage bolt or oval-neck connector bolt.
The airbrush was fitted into this clamp and tightened with a carriage bolt and nut.
A 1/4-20 carriage bolt passes through a slotted hole in the C-channel and threads into a clamping knob that holds each bearing in place.