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A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

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hi
please could some one give me the standard for A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7..... thanks

RE: A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

KH-001, you tried Google?

Regards,

Mike

The problem with sloppy work is that the supply FAR EXCEEDS the demand

RE: A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

Torque values depend on the choice of a nut factor, which is highly dependent on the lubricant chosen. Use all published torque charts with caution, understanding the assumptions of the nut factor embedded in the table.

RE: A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

Avoid torque. Use bolt elongation.

Regards

RE: A320 L7 Bolt Torque Chart and A193 B7

API 6A could be a reference

It will depends on the coating of the bolt and nut

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