retighten

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retighten

(ˌriːˈtaɪtən)
vb (tr)
to tighten again
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The comprehensive check includes an engine oil (mineral oil) and filter change, replacement of diesel filter, checks for oil leaks on major components, checks and adjustments of fluid levels, diagnostic check-up of vehicle electrical system, engine compression test with diagnostic tool that gives indication on engine condition, multi-point inspection, retightening of lug nuts on two/three axles, vehicle washing and greasing.
Also included in the package is the retightening of lug nuts on two/three axles, a diagnostic check-up of the vehicle's electrical system, a multi-point inspection and an engine compression.
Loosening the rotator's lock, turning the camera to reframe a target, then retightening the rotator produced no shift in focus.
However, disadvantages include the needs for painful retightening at specific intervals, and negative impacts on continence and quality of life.
The following attempt of retightening failed, so that there is no recorded data available.
But the rifle still threw fliers, and the problem was eventually traced to the magazine box: The stock shrank just enough that retightening the action screws jammed the box against the bottom of the action.
The valves are easy to seal and inspect and never need retightening or adjustment.
ASEPCO Weirless Radial diaphragm valves from Watson-Marlow are easy to seal, inspect and never need retightening or adjustment.
If retightening the bolts every now and then seems like too much bother, you can take the piece apart and strengthen it with epoxy.
A 2013 upgrade of these clutches to include a tool-less torque setting process might appear as a subtle improvement, but in the older style system a change in torque required simple loosening of two set screws with an alien wrench, a twist of an adjusting collar, and retightening of the set screws.
No welding of the structure is required as it is held together by tension controlled bolts, which do not need any retightening after installation.