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Alignment of Nut Slots

1990-01-01
CURRENT
J484_199001
This method of gaging alignment of nut slots allows equal variations for location of the cotter pin hole in the bolt and location of slots in the nut. To inspect the nut, the slotted gage is inserted through the nut hole from the bearing surface of the nut. Alignment of slots is considered satisfactory if the gage pin can be slipped into the gage and nut slots without interference.
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Round Head Bolts

1990-01-01
CURRENT
J481_199001
Round head bolts are made in two body styles: (a) A full size body, with a maximum diameter somewhat greater than the nominal diameter (not an SAE Standard except for ribbed neck bolts, Table 3); and (b) an undersize body, with a minimum diameter approximating the pitch diameter of the thread and a maximum diameter never exceeding nominal (SAE standard for all types except ribbed neck bolts). The body diameter of either style may be exceeded by a reasonable swelling or fin under the head, or under corners of the square necks, to the extent that serviceability is not affected.
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Cotter Pins

1990-01-01
CURRENT
J487_199001
Not available.
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Holes in Bolt and Screw Shanks and Slots in Nuts for Cotter Pins

2016-11-18
CURRENT
J485_201611
SAE J485 specifies the recommended nominal diameters and locations of holes in bolt or screw shanks, and nominal widths and depths of slots in nuts, for use with the recommended sizes of inch-series cotter pins, as shown in Table 1.
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Holes in Bolt and Screw Shanks and Slots in Nuts for Cotter Pins

2013-04-16
HISTORICAL
J485_201304
SAE J485 specifies the recommended nominal diameters and locations of holes in bolt or screw shanks, and nominal widths and depths of slots in nuts, for use with the recommended sizes of inch-series cotter pins, as shown in Table 1.
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Holes in Bolt and Screw Shanks and Slots in Nuts for Cotter Pins

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
J485_199805
SAE J485 specifies the recommended nominal diameters and locations of holes in bolt or screw shanks, and nominal widths and depths of slots in nuts, for use with the recommended sizes of inch-series cotter pins, as shown in Table 1.
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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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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

1999-05-01
HISTORICAL
J2486_199905
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. This document describes practices for the use of TIWs which are typically produced for use with SAE J429 Grade 5 and Grade 8 fasteners or their metric counterparts, although the same principals hold true for bolted joints using other fasteners. Users are advised to contact a manufacturer for advice on use of these products before using them with special fasteners or applications. This document defines and illustrates preferred installation and inspection methodologies. The contents of this document are presented as accurately as possible; however, responsibility for its application lies with the user.
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Nut and Conical Spring Washer Assemblies

1998-05-01
HISTORICAL
J238_199805
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

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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Bolt and Capscrew Sizes for Use in Construction and Industrial Machinery

2006-04-17
CURRENT
J370_200604
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the use of preferred bolt and capscrew sizes, wherever applicable, on construction and industrial machinery to ease serviceability. Designers, in their efforts to determine the proper fastener for heavy equipment, sometimes overlook the practical aspects of serviceability. When a particular component requires frequent service, it is much faster and easier for the serviceman to work with common size, easily distinguished bolts and capscrews which require a minimum of tools. Section 4 lists eight diameters of recommended bolts and capscrews, some of which can be found in any hardware store, require only standard tools, are easy to distinguish, and at the same time cover proof loads from 1043 kg (2300 lb) on up at convenient intervals. While some applications may require other sizes and/or fine threaded fasteners for greater camping forces and/or area restrictions, the convenience of UNC threads in the sizes indicated is preferred wherever possible.
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Grooved Straight Pins

2004-05-12
CURRENT
J494_200405
Material-Cold drawn SAE 1112 or 1113 steel, alloy steel or copper alloy as specified by purchaser. Unless otherwise specified, steel pins shall have a flash plate of cadmium or zinc for protection of pins in transit or storage. Grooved Straight Pins must be free from burrs and all other defects that might affect their use and serviceability.
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Grooved Straight Pins

1964-06-01
HISTORICAL
J494_196406
Material-Cold drawn SAE 1112 or 1113 steel, alloy steel or copper alloy as specified by purchaser. Unless otherwise specified, steel pins shall have a flash plate of cadmium or zinc for protection of pins in transit or storage. Grooved Straight Pins must be free from burrs and all other defects that might affect their use and serviceability.
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