Because the grip length of the bolt is slightly greater
To make the bottom portion of the plate nut stronger
Because material thickness being bolted together is less than the diameter of the bolt
Because thread protrusion through the plate nut is more than the required two threads
Choose the proper nut
Install washers as necessary.
Torque the nut to proper specifications
Ensure the bolt has a proper interference fit
One-eighth (⅛) turn
One-quarter (¼) turn
Three-eighths (3/8) turn.
One-half (½) turn
Floating and non floating
Aluminum and stainless steel
Interrupted thread and elastic stop
Prevailing torque and free spinning
Slotted or beam
Deformed thread type
Interrupted thread type
It with a rigid receptacle
It with a floating receptacle
It with a retaining receptacle
The entire camloc fastener assembly
Install the receptacle.
Install the stud retaining ring
Check the grip length of the stud
Insert the stud assembly into the grommet
1/16 inch larger than the stud
1/16 inch smaller than the stud.
Equal to the diameter of the stud head.
Approximately the same size as the diameter of the stud shank.
Using a reamer to up size the hole
Clamping all repair members in place
Holding the drill at a right angle to the surface
Pilot drilling holes through all mating surfaces
Use only a reamer to finish the holeburrs.
Use only a drill bit to drill the hole to size
Pilot drill the hole and use a reamer to finish
Pilot drill the hole and use a drill bit to upsize.
Be flush with the top of the locking collar
Extend no more than 1/16 inch through the material
Be flush with the back edge of the material thickness
Extend at least 1/16 inch beyond the top edge of the locking collar
Swaging the collar with an undersized swaging set
Increasing the hammering force needed to swage the collar
Installing temporary fasteners in every other hole before installation
Lightly tapping the hi-shear rivet pin into the hole before swaging the collar
Premature fatigue failure
5° parallel with the axis of the hole.
7° parallel with the axis of the hole.
5° perpendicular with the axis of the hole.
7° perpendicular with the axis of the hole.
Inspect the formation of the collar
Remove the pulling gun from the collar area
Ensure the end of the pin is flush with the end of the collar
Apply a corrosion preventative compound to the stem break off area
High-strength aluminum alloy
The letters IT in front of the TL symbol
The letters IT before the first dash number.
Indented slots stamped on the head of the fastener
The numbers representing the type of sealant required.
Threads per inch on the pin
Depth of the injector ports
Over torquing the nut
Corrosion of the mating surface
Mismatch of the pin and material composition
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