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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners--Metric Series

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
J174M_199805
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque type threaded steel fasteners 6 through 24 mm nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the inch series version, see SAE J174.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners--Inch Series

1971-04-01
HISTORICAL
J174_197104
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners--Inch Series

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
J174_199805
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Metric Series

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J174M_201304
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 6 through 24 mm nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the inch series version, see SAE J174.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Metric Series

2017-01-03
CURRENT
J174M_201701
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque type threaded steel fasteners 6 through 24 mm nominal diameters. Realistically, torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the inch series version, see SAE J174.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Inch Series

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J174_201304
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Torque-Tension Test Procedure for Steel Threaded Fasteners - Inch Series

2019-08-07
CURRENT
J174_201908
This test procedure is intended to provide a quality control method for checking torque-tension characteristics of non-prevailing torque-type threaded steel fasteners 1/4 through 1 in nominal diameters. Realistically torque-tension relationships for specific individual fastener assembly joints will vary due to the different joint parameters. Tests using actual joint components will be required to determine accurate torque-tension values for those conditions. For the metric version, see SAE J174M.
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Tension Indicating Washer Tightening Method for Fasteners

2013-04-15
HISTORICAL
J2486_201304
This SAE Recommended Practice covers installation and inspection methods for fasteners which are tensioned using Tension Indicating Washers (TIWs) as a means to ensure that adequate tension is developed in mechanically fastened joints. Figure 1 depicts a typical TIW, and Figure 2 depicts a fastener assembly with a TIW before and after tensioning.
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Tension Indicating Washer Tightening Method for Fasteners

2018-04-24
CURRENT
J2486_201804
This SAE Recommended Practice covers installation and inspection methods for fasteners which are tensioned using Tension Indicating Washers (TIWs) as a means to ensure that adequate tension is developed in mechanically fastened joints. Figure 1 depicts a typical TIW, and Figure 2 depicts a fastener assembly with a TIW before and after tensioning.
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Mechanical and Quality Requirements for Tapping Screws

1979-06-01
HISTORICAL
J933_197906
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the mechanical and quality requirements for steel tapping screws used in automotive and related industries. It does not apply to corrosion resistant (stainless) steel screws. (Dimensional requirements for most types of screws mentioned herein are covered in SAE J478.) The primary objective of the specification is to insure that screws form or cut mating threads in materials of construction into which they are normally driven, without deforming their own thread and without breaking during assembly or service. Certain limitations on basic material and manufacturing processes have been incorporated because the size and configuration of the parts under consideration make them vulnerable to relatively small variations in chemistry, heat treatment, etc., and because experience has shown that in processing it is difficult to keep these variables consistently "in balance."
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Mechanical and Quality Requirements for Tapping Screws

2013-02-25
CURRENT
J933_201302
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the mechanical and quality requirements for steel tapping screws used in automotive and related industries. It does not apply to corrosion resistant (stainless) steel screws. (Dimensional requirements for most types of screws mentioned herein are covered in ASME B 18.6.4, Thread Forming and Thread Cutting Tapping Screws and Metallic Drive Screws’.)
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Thread Rolling Screws

2012-07-05
CURRENT
J81_201207
This SAE Standard covers requirements for thread rolling screws suitable for use in general engineering applications. (It is intended that "thread rolling" screws have performance capabilities beyond those normally expected of other standard types of tapping screws.) NOTE—The performance requirements covered in this document apply only to the combination of laboratory conditions described in the testing procedures. If other conditions are encountered in an actual service application (such as different materials, thicknesses, hole sizes, etc.), values shown herein for drive torque, torque-to-clamp load, and proof torque may require adjustment.
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Metric Thread Rolling Screws

2001-03-12
HISTORICAL
J1237_200103
This SAE Standard covers requirements for metric thread rolling screws suitable for use in general engineering applications.
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Metric Thread Rolling Screws

2017-09-07
CURRENT
J1237_201709
This SAE Standard covers material, dimensional, performance and test requirements for metric thread rolling screws suitable for use in general engineering applications.
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Mechanical and Material Requirements for Wheel Bolts

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J1102_201304
This SAE Standard covers the chemical, metallurgical, and mechanical requirements for two types of passenger car and truck wheel bolts, as follows: a Nonserrated shank bolts which are heat treated b Serrated shank bolts which are case hardened
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Mechanical and Material Requirements for Wheel Bolts

2016-11-21
CURRENT
J1102_201611
This SAE Standard covers the chemical, metallurgical, and mechanical requirements for two types of passenger car and truck wheel bolts, as follows: a Nonserrated shank bolts which are heat treated b Serrated shank bolts which are case hardened
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Mechanical and Material Requirements for Metric Wheel Bolts

2013-04-11
HISTORICAL
J1102M_201304
This SAE Standard covers the chemical, metallurgical, and mechanical requirements for two types of passenger car and truck wheel bolts, as follows: a Nonserrated shank bolts which are heat treated b Serrated shank bolts which are case hardened
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Mechanical and Material Requirements for Metric Wheel Bolts

2016-11-18
CURRENT
J1102M_201611
This SAE Standard covers the chemical, metallurgical, and mechanical requirements for two types of passenger car and truck wheel bolts, as follows: a Nonserrated shank bolts which are heat treated b Serrated shank bolts which are case hardened
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Nut and Conical Spring Washer Assemblies

2017-05-30
CURRENT
J238_201705
This SAE Standard covers general, dimensional data, and methods of test for two types of general purpose nut and conical spring washer assemblies, designated Type LN and Type HN, intended for mass production and other operations where speed and convenience are paramount factors.
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Nut and Conical Spring Washer Assemblies

2013-04-15
HISTORICAL
J238_201304
This SAE Standard covers general, dimensional data, and methods of test for two types of general purpose nut and conical spring washer assemblies, designated Type LN and Type HN, intended for mass production and other operations where speed and convenience are paramount factors.
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