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Old 05-08-2012, 04:06   #1
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Jam Nut Goes On First, Followed By Full Nut.

Read so many threads about lost props, often wondered if incorrect installation sequence is ever the problem.
Do you use spacer after full nut, to fill up against split pin?
Pin st steel or non-ferrous, or monel?
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Old 05-08-2012, 04:21   #2
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Re: JAM NUT GOES ON FIRST, FOLLOWED BY FULL NUT.

See ➥ Jam Nuts
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Re: JAM NUT GOES ON FIRST, FOLLOWED BY FULL NUT.

Just do jam nut and boss nut. If it uses a cotter pin then pop one in.
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