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a roundheaded bolt for timber

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Drill four 3/8"-diameter holes at the front of the frame to enable the rear frame to be bolted to the front, using 3 1/2"-long coach bolts, spring washers, and nuts.
Police recommend that sheds should have a strong hasp and hinges secured with blank headed coach bolts, fitted with a close shackled padlock.
To improve garden shed security make sure the lock is a hefty pad bar, secured firmly to the door with coach bolts, backed with a metal plate and fitted with a strong padlock.
Outside door hinges should be secured with coach bolts or non-return screws and officers also advise fitting a battery-operated alarm.
A THE framework of joists underneath a deck has to be very rigid and coach bolts or long screws are normally used to fix the pieces.
Floor, walls and roof were made from laminated timber elements 625mm wide and 140mm thick, which are fixed together with coach bolts and stainless-steel pins.
Shed burglaries, he says, can be prevented by using quality padlocks and replacing standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or nonreturn screws.
Property mark items where possible; Use two quality padlocks; Replace standard hinges with strap hinges secured with coach bolts or non-return screws;
He advised fitting shed and garage alarms and locks, and replacing screws on outbuildings with coach bolts to make breaking in difficult.
The bolt lying by the side of the fishplate in Walsall is not actually from it and are what are called coach bolts from a different part of the railway.
If you are making the bed on a paved surface use coach bolts to hold the sleepers together.
Instead, police say, they should use quality padlocks and replace standard hinges with strap hinges secured by coach bolts or non-return screws.