Antonyms for bushings

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All bushings are made interchangeable as to outside diameter.

In the case shown at C the light edges of the bushings are in contact, but the connecting rod and its cap do not meet.

To remove the cage or bushings, it is only necessary to turn back the cover.

An axle, fastened solidly in the wheel and adjusted in the bearings, is kept from slipping sideways by bushings made of a spool.

JewelsUsed in watches as bushings at the ends of pivots and in other places which sustain much wear.

It is used for bearings and bushings where the speeds are slow and the loads rather heavy for the bearing size.

Bronze is used for bearings, bushings, thrust washers, brackets and gear wheels.

Those equipped with roller bearings are holding up longer than those equipped with bushings, but all are gradually failing.

The bushings D and D′ are made of tool steel, hardened and ground to a knife edge on the inside flush with the face.