fasten securely

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MGP Caliper Covers are designed to be form-fitting, meet factory wheel clearances and fasten securely.
The name is popularly believed to come from either the sound of dragging chains or shutting doors, but it more likely comes from the English word clinch, to fasten securely, or the Dutch klink (German and Danish klinke), a door latch.
Shelves fasten securely to the brackets in any lateral position--even off center from the mounting brackets--while also eliminating side-to-side wobble.
The problem with the word "buckle" is that it commonly signifies two opposed meanings: to buckle can mean to fasten securely together as a belt, for example, or it can mean to collapse and crumble, as a bridge might buckle and fall into a chasm.
The maxiGRIP and superGRIP families of heat sink clip attachment feature plastic frame clips that fasten securely around the perimeter of a component and a metal spring clip which slips through the heat sink's fin field and locks securely to both ends to the plastic frame.
Place on a greased baking sheet, press ends onto sheet to fasten securely.