bulkhead


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Cracks are the most common damage, and usually these are at a screw hole or in the attachment bulkhead. School is out on whether you can repair a spinner or bulk-head by welding it.
A geometrical modification between the bulkhead and the first stake pair is also to be investigated, in order to reduce the aerodynamic drag of the vehicle.
The steel bulkhead, installed between 1965 and 1972, retains the sides of the canal and protects the embankment.
Install the pipe elbow on the bulkhead adapter and hand-tighten it.
"I don't think it was a structural threat to the boat, but it would have been a big repair to get the bulkhead back in and take the load of the J4, which is a sail we're probably going to use 80 per cent of the time in the Southern Ocean," Walker said.
58 Plate Fiat Doblo Cargo Vans in silver All Equipped With C.D Radio, Steel Bulkhead and twin side loading doors all around 5,000 miles fully serviced at main dealer one off vehicles....................................................................
The top of the heat exchanger should have a 2-inch PVC bulkhead fitted into a drilled hole through the center of a 4-inch ABS cap.
Like most brewers, MillerCoors had used corrugated bulkhead spacers, plywood sheets and cardboard dividers to protect beer in transit.
For a forward bulkhead template, Lewis used a piece of cardboard.
The site has over 400,000 s/f of bulkhead with approximately 3,000s/f of waterfront land.
The Class A drug was also discovered in a false bulkhead behind the rear seats of the Kia Clarus car after it arrived at Dover on a ferry from Calais.