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## [TR] Differences between a bolt - hexagon head and a setscrew - hexagon

 To: Triumphs [TR] Differences between a bolt - hexagon head and a setscrew - hexagon head Sujit Roy Mon, 20 May 2019 23:03:19 -0700 mharc@autox.team.net triumphs@autox.team.net
 ```--===============7848485549729717443== --000000000000a7665105895f9b55 I can't figure out what the difference is between a bolt - hexagon head and a setscrew hexagon head as mentioned in the Standard Hardware Catalog. Here's my theory. A bolt - hexagon head has an integrated washer built into the head. and the part no. starts with HB where as a setscrew - hexagon head does not have the integral washer. (HU) My Stag parts book shows three fasteners holding on the water pump cover. 1 is a bolt (HU) no washer needed nor shown, the other two are setscrews (HU) 2 washers needed and are shown. Can someone enlighten me? Regards, Sujit -- Sujit Roy Cupertino, California https://triumphstagblog.wordpress.com/ --000000000000a7665105895f9b55 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I can't figure out what the difference=C2=A0 is betwee= n=C2=A0=C2=A0a bolt - hexagon head and a setscrew hexagon head as mentioned= in the Standard Hardware Catalog.
Here's my theory.=C2=A0 A bolt= =C2=A0 - hexagon head has an integrated washer built into the head. and the= part no. starts with HB where as a setscrew - hexagon head does not have t= he integral washer. (HU)

My Stag parts book shows = three fasteners holding on the water pump cover.

1= is a bolt (HU) no washer needed nor shown, the other two are setscrews (HU= ) 2 washers needed and are shown.

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Can someone enlighten me?

Regards, S= ujit

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Sujit = Roy
Cupertino, California
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