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English translation: stud bolt


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German term or phrase:Stehbolzen
English translation:stud bolt
Entered by: xxxIanW
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07:59 Mar 26, 2004
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German term or phrase: Stehbolzen
Setzen Sie vorsichtig das Nockenwellengehäuse senkrecht von oben auf die Stehbolsen und Passstifte des Zylinderkopfes auf.
Susanne Roelands
Local time: 17:22
stud bolt/stay bolt
According to my Daimler-Chrysler glossary, this is "stud bolt/stay bolt"
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Local time: 17:22
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4 +2stud bolt/stay boltxxxIanW



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stud bolt/stay bolt

According to my Daimler-Chrysler glossary, this is "stud bolt/stay bolt"

Local time: 17:22
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agree  Gareth McMillan: Agree with stud, stud bolt, threaded stud. But definitely not stay bolt. Neigh! How did you know I was just getting my oats.............(porridge one's of course- stop smirking)
15 mins
  -> Ah, straight from the horse's mouth ... mornin' Gareth!

agree  Kim Metzger: stud bolt. Also confirmed by Langenscheidt Technik
6 hrs
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