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A bolt threaded through or welded at each end, into two spaced sheets of a firebox or box header to support flat surfaces against internal pressure.

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PINTLE

The pin or bolt on which a ship's rudder pivots. The pintle rests in the gudgeon.

HEAD ROPE

The part of the bolt rope, at the head of a sail, running from the mast to the sprit

TABERNACLE

A large bracket attached firmly to the deck, to which the foot of the mast is fixed. It has two sides or cheeks and a bolt forming the pivot around which the mast is raised and lowered

PINTLES

The pins or bolts that hinge the rudder to the gudgeons on the rudder post or sternpost

TIE PLATE

A plate, through which a bolt or tie rod is passed to hold brick in place.

SHROUDED BOLT

The optional bolt arrangement available on rigid and gear couplings. It is used in very high speed applications. Bolts are installed with a socket wrench.

BULLDOG CLIP

A threaded u bolt that will tenaciously grip two steel wire ropes due to its shaped clamping saddle tightening around the wires. To temporarily replace an eye splice, four clips should be used separated by a distance of 8 times the diameter of the wire.

COACH BOLT

A bolt with a round head above a squared section of shank that pulls into the timber and resists turning as the nut is tightened.

CLEVIS PIN

A headed rod with holed end to accept a split pin, used as a shackle bolt or similar.

COUNTERSUNK HOLE

An edge bevelled hole in a plate allowing a matching tapered bolt head to seat flush with the plate's surface.
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