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a screw that is used to adjust the tension on a spring

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a screw (often without a head) that fits into the boss or hub of a wheel or cam etc

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Installation myth #3: It's fine to hand-tighten setscrews one at a time--FALSE.
Sights: Fixed, front and rear, but can be drifted in their respective dovetails for adjustment of windage zero; rear sight is retained to the slide by an allen-head setscrew.
Height adjustment is accomplished with a load-bearing pin as compared to the setscrew approach common in the industry.
A setscrew catches in a locking p]ate, obviating the need for tools to position the pipe in the clamp.
The April 2000 whelp is from the first litter of Setscrew, who presumably had injury problems and did little racing.
The wide-inner-ring design provides shaft support and setscrew locking.
Apparently, the screen was missing a setscrew, and I might have noticed it was loose with a little tug.
The focal point of the cockpit is now an alloy gear knob sitting atop of an alloy gearshift surround styled in a similar fashion to the recessed setscrew design used around the fuel filler cap that became a real MGf talking point.
The proprietary rotary locking mechanism incorporated in the screw allows the direct fixation of rod in place, thus doing away with the need for a separate cap or setscrew," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Prasanna Vadhana Kannan.
38 Master, introduced in 1961, used the lockwork of the Model 39, which was modified to single action only by the addition of a setscrew.
Attach a Bimini top boat canopy external eye-end to the coupling using the eye-end's setscrew.
Loosen the setscrew in the center of the elevation knob with the combo tool until the knob can again be rotated forward (i.
Instead of a setscrew for locking cable guard and string suppressor rods, the Rod Lock System wedges each rod against the riser, allowing for precise positioning without damaging the rod.
The opposing cam setscrew on the opposite side is to be torqued to 30 pounds and the two ring screws on the top, 20 pounds.
Coat the setscrew threads with sealing compound, NSN 8030-01-014-5869, to hold it in place.