Fits loosely in the screw slot.
Is wider than the slot.
Is rounded and flat.
Is square and flat.
Substitute tool if it will save time and movement.
Tool of the right composition or material.
Tool only for its correct purpose.
Tool one size larger than needed.
Are the fastest to use.
Can be hammered on safely.
Are not likely to slip off a nut.
Are easy to use on recessed bolts.
Depth of a hole.
Thread size of a bolt.
Outside diameter of a tube.
Clearance between two objects.
Lubricate it with a light oil.
Set it at its lowest setting.
Check it for accuracy.
Set it at zero setting.
Stainless steel and Teflon alloy.
Stainless steel and copper tubing.
Aluminum alloy and copper tubing.
Aluminum alloy and stainless steel.
Never use the single-wire method.
Loop it so that it opposes the loosening of the part.
The diameter of the wire should fill one-half the hole.
Use safety wire electrical connectors only in cockpit areas.
Thermal protection and fluid resistance.
A method of identification.
Protection from freezing.
Strength and flexibility.
6 inches apart.
8 inches apart.
10 inches apart.
12 inches apart.
185 deg F.
165 deg F
150 deg F.
100 deg F
Noninsulated terminal boards.
Threaded coupling ring.
Pin and socket connection.
Key-and-key way arrangement.
One and a half times its original diameter.
One-fourth its original diameter.
One-half its original diameter.
One time its original diameter.
Electrical current flow.
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