carriage bolt


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a roundheaded bolt for timber

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The carriage bolt was lengthened and covered with a protective rubber hose.
The lip of the seat is attached to the front rail with two carriage bolts, whereas the rear ends of the slats are allowed to "float" between the upper and lower back seat rails.
This draft slide is held in place by six carriage bolts.
With the waste valve tension bolt completely loose and the carriage bolt stop completely up out of the way, let go of the waste valve spring which may or may not open on its own.
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.
Most conventional snowplow systems use a long steel backer with three sections of steel together with carbide inserts that are held together with carriage bolts.
Attach the bottom 60-inch 2-by-6 crosspieces 12 inches from the bottoms of the posts with countersunk 5 1/2-inch carriage bolts, and use 7-inch carriage bolts to hold a pair of 2-by-6 crosspieoes at midlevel (42 1/2 inches above the bottom crosspieces), sandwiching the posts.
All that is visible from the exterior are the smooth heads of four carriage bolts, which are virtually tamperproof.
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 iron swing hangers are bolted completely through the swing beams with locking carriage bolts, while main fort supports use heavy duty bolt and lag screw construction.
It delivers improvements in both form and function including: chafe-free operation, a fully adjustable handle that's easily repositioned for left- or right-handed operation, quick installation via carriage bolts without removing the strap and a pull-and-turn knob to engage and release the gears.
4-2" x 5/16" carriage bolts (to attach and detach seat)
Insert 7-inch carriage bolts, add washers and nuts, and tighten with a wrench.