Definition of Lag bolt
1. Noun. A heavy woodscrew with a square or hexagonal head that is driven in with a wrench.
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Literary usage of Lag bolt
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1. Telephony: A Manual of the Design, Construction, and Operation of Telephone by Arthur Vaughan Abbott (1903)
"The advocate of the lag bolt has shown that the prime cost of the lag bolt is considerably less than that of the machine bolt and that it is quicker, ..."
2. Pole and Tower Lines for Electric Power Transmission by Robert Duncan Coombs (1916)
"Cone-pointed lag bolt. Fia. 136. ... lag bolt. In theory, lag screws are supposed to be screwed into place, either into a small bored hole, or after being ..."
3. Manual by American Railway Engineering Association (1916)
"... each secured to the pole by a fetter drive screw or lag bolt not less than 4 by J4 inches and to the cross-arm by a lag bolt not less than 2^ inches ..."
4. The American Cyclopedia of the Automobile; Or, Motor Cars and Motoring Self edited by Thomas Herbert Russell, Charles P. Root (1909)
"Lag-bolt—An iron bolt with a square or hexagonal head and cut with a wood-screw thread ... Also see Lag-bolt. Laminated—Split up into thin plates or layers; ..."
5. Transmission Line Construction, Methods and Costs by Ruben Alvin Lundquist (1912)
"Where a lag bolt is used for the heel or toe bolt, as the pole fastening of a brace is termed, it is often specified that it shall be driven in for not more ..."
6. Illustrated Catalogue of Electric Light and Power Supplies by Electrical Supply Co (1892)
"When used on inside of pole it is necessary to use a lag bolt to hold Ratchet in place; the lag bolt can be passed through opening in frame and through the ..."
7. Commission Leaflets by Legal dept, American Telephone and Telegraph Company (1916)
"... each secured to the pole by a fetter drive screw or lag bolt not less than 4 by V-, inches, and to the cross-arm by a lag bolt not less than ..."