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Re: Re: HILLSIDE WASHER


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Posted by David White (157.130.90.42) on March 14, 2003 at 16:12:07:

In Reply to: Re: HILLSIDE WASHER posted by Bill on January 14, 2003 at 18:00:20:

: : Does anyone have any info on what a "hillside washer" is?

: Maybe if you could describe how you come upon this term or phrase we could narrow it down a bit.
: It sounds possibly like a slang phrase used for a beveled washer which is used in structural steel applications. Then again I could be 180 degrees off.

Yes, Bill is right. It is the washer on the ends of tensioning rods between structural steel members that allow the rod flat washer/nuts to contact at a normal angle.

: L8r





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