The correct use of "Jam" nuts.

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The correct use of "Jam" nuts.

Post by Peter Connan »

Maybe this comes in handy to somebody someday.

The article deals with using two nuts to lock a joint together.

https://www.boltscience.com/pages/twonuts.htm
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Very interesting Peter.... thanks for posting this !!
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I have learned something today, thanks
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