BOLT, MACHINE - HEXAGON HEAD, DRILLED 6 HOLES, PD SHANK, AMS5731, UNS S66286, .3125-24 UNJF-3A
Published March 6, 2014 by SAE International in United States
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FIGURE REDRAWN, THREAD SPEC UPDATED, OPTIONAL SHAPE FOR LIGHTENING HOLE ADDED TABLE RETYPED TO REMOVE DUAL DIMENSIONING, NOTES BROUGHT UP TO DATE 1 FOR SHORT BOLTS THREADED TO HEAD SEE AS9585. 2 FOR PART NUMBERS AS3116-13 THRU AS3116-17 DATUM A SHALL REPLACE DATUM B. 3 MATERIAL: CORROSION RESISTANT STEEL AMS5731. 4 MANUFACTURING SPECIFICATION: AS7477. 5 FLUORESCENT PENETRANT INSPECTION PER ASTM E1417/E1417M TYPE 1. SENSITY LEVEL 2 MIN. 6 SURFACE TEXTURE: SYMBOLS PER ASME Y14.36M. REQUIREMENTS PER ASME B46.1. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SURFACES TO BE 125 MICROINCHES Ra. 7 BREAK SHARP EDGES .003 TO .015 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 8 DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5M-1982 (ASME PUBLICATION). 9 DIMENSIONS IN INCHES. UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, TOLERANCES: LINEAR DIMENSIONS ±.010, ANGULAR DIMENSIONS ±5°. 10 DO NOT USE UNASSIGNED PART NUMBERS. 11 A CHANGE BAR (|) LOCATED IN THE LEFT MARGIN IS FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE USER IN LOCATING AREAS WHERE TECHNICAL REVISIONS, NOT EDITORIAL CHANGES, HAVE BEEN MADE TO THE PREVIOUS ISSUE OF THIS DOCUMENT. AN (R) SYMBOL TO THE LEFT OF THE DOCUMENT TITLE INDICATES A COMPLETE REVISION OF THE DOCUMENT, INCLUDING TECHNICAL REVISIONS. CHANGE BARS AND (R) ARE NOT USED IN ORIGINAL PUBLICATIONS, NOR IN DOCUMENTS THAT CONTAIN EDITORIAL CHANGES ONLY. AS AND AMS ARE SAE INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATIONS. ASME IS AN AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PUBLICATION. ASTM IS AN ASTM INTERNATIONAL PUBLICATION.
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