aircraft nuts

Nuts used in an aircraft engine structure to hold various components and parts together. The most commonly used nuts are castle nuts, elastic stop nuts, blind nuts, and boot spring nuts. These are shown in the illustration.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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