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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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My main principle for achieving this is using reverted 10x24 carriage bolts and a thin hi-carbon, channel-shaped 3/64" steel plate.
Carriage bolts (1 1/2-inch) were installed in the tops of the pontoons with their threads projecting upward for securing the blind platform.
The beauty of the Evil Roy target is that the head attaches by way of two shielded carriage bolts and a couple of wing nuts that take no time to put in place.
Seat the carriage bolts with a hammer so they don't spin while you turn the nut, and turn them tight.
These posts are connected to the network of beams on top of the structure by carriage bolts.
The new EZr hitch has all the great features of the original Double Lock gooseneck by CURT, with several new features: it eliminates the need to lower the exhaust on Ford, Chevy and most Dodge trucks for installation, relocating the cable hanger and ground wire on Dodge trucks is no longer necessary, and it utilizes carriage bolts that only require one tool to install.
Bore half-inch-diameter holes through each assembled joint to insert the hot-dipped, galvanized carriage bolts that will hold everything together.
Coincidentally, a door in a dusty corner of the basement in their new home has long been sealed shut with 39 six-inch-long carriage bolts.
These were fastened to the floor joists with 1/2-inch carriage bolts.
A bottom T-slot mounting system that allows secure mounting through the use of carriage bolts and screws.
Carriage Bolts have a square shoulder under the head that pulls into soft materials such as wood and prevents the bolt from turning while the nut is being tightened.