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NUT, SPANNER, BEARING RETAINING, AERONAUTICAL, UNS G41400
- Aerospace Standard
Published July 28, 2015 by SAE International in United States
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THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO CONTAIN BASIC AND STABLE TECHNOLOGY WHICH IS NOT DYNAMIC IN NATURE. THIS STANDARD HAS BEEN STABILIZED.
THERE WERE VERY MINOR ERRORS NOTED ON THE STABILIZATION BALLOT.
AS172236: PAGE 2; TABLE 1A
PART NUMBER: MS172236; THREAD T; MINOR DIAMETER .3606 - .3649 DECIMAL POINT MISSING ON .3649 DIMENSION.
PART NUMBER: MS172237; THREAD T; MINOR DIAMETER .4386 - .4429 DECIMAL POINT MISSING ON .4429 DIMENSION.
PART NUMBER: MS172237; THREAD T; PITCH DIAMETER .4487 - .4513 DECIMAL POINT MISSING ON .4513 DIMENSION.
|Aerospace Standard||WASHER, KEY - SINGLE, BEARING RETAINING, AMS 8350 (ASG)|
|Aerospace Standard||NUT, HEXAGON, DRILLED, BOSS CONNECTION, ALUMINUM – UNS A92014|
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|TABLE 1A||PART NUMBERS AND DIMENSIONS|
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