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Woodford Shoulder Bolt 10590

Woodford Shoulder Bolt 10590

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Woodford Shoulder Bolt 10590 for model R34.

The Woodford 10590 shoulder bolt is a specific type of fastener used in various applications. Let’s break down its description:

  1. Material:

    • The shoulder bolt is typically made of stainless steel, which provides excellent corrosion resistance and strength.
    • It may also be available in other materials like brass or alloy steel, depending on the specific application.
  2. Design and Features:

    • Shoulder: The defining feature of a shoulder bolt is its shoulder (also known as a shoulder screw). The shoulder is a cylindrical section between the head and the threaded portion.
    • Head: The head of the bolt can be either a hex head (with a hexagonal shape) or a slotted head (with a straight slot for a screwdriver).
    • Threaded Portion: Below the shoulder, the bolt has a threaded section that allows it to be secured into a threaded hole.
    • Smooth Shoulder: The shoulder itself is smooth and unthreaded. It acts as a spacer or pivot point.
    • Precision Tolerance: Shoulder bolts are often manufactured with tight tolerances to ensure precise fit and alignment.
  3. Function and Applications:

    • Pivot Point: The smooth shoulder allows the bolt to rotate freely while maintaining a fixed position.
    • Alignment and Support: Shoulder bolts are commonly used in applications where precise alignment is crucial, such as machinery, jigs, and fixtures.
    • Load Distribution: The shoulder distributes load between components, preventing damage to softer materials.
    • Removable and Adjustable: Unlike solid pins, shoulder bolts are removable and adjustable, making them versatile.
  4. Installation:

    • Insert the shoulder bolt through aligned holes in the components.
    • Tighten the threaded portion using a wrench or screwdriver.
    • The shoulder remains stationary while the threaded portion secures the assembly.
  5. Variations:

    • Shoulder bolts come in various lengths, diameters, and head styles.
    • Some have a hex socket head (Allen head) instead of a traditional hex or slotted head.
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