a connecting device usually used with cable or chain and which takes up slack by rotating on its screw threads.
sleeve with a thread at one end and a swivel at the other, or with threads of opposite hands at each end, so that by turning the sleeve, connected rods or ropes will be drawn together
a device for adjusting the tension in rope s, cable s, and tie rod s
An English bolt, a threaded adjuster to tension stays and shrouds
Hardware installed between streched cable to adjust tension.
A threaded, adjustable rigging fitting, used for stays, lifelines and sometimes other rigging.
Hardware installed between stretched cable to adjust tension.
Device attached to wire rope for making limited adjustments in length. It consists of a barrel and right and left hand thread bolts.
A threaded fitting, used for adjusting rigging such as stays.
A fitting used to adjust the length and tension of a shroud or forestay.
Link that has a screw thread at both ends, and is used for tightening the rod, normally in cross-bracing.
This is an adjustable link that has conventional threads on one end and reverse threads on the opposite end. This enables you to make vehicle adjustments without having to remove the link from a vehicle completely.
A link with a screw thread at both ends, used for tightening the rod, normally used in cross bracing. URNING WHEEL: Wheel mounted on an adjustable bracket to help insure proper package orientation.
A mechanical device for tightening tie rods by turning a threaded link.
A metal fitting that is turned to tighten or loosen the tension on standing rigging.
A turnbuckle is a device for adjusting the tension of ropes, cables, and tie rods. It normally consists of two threaded eyelets, one screwed into each end of a small metal loop, one with a left-hand thread and the other with a right-hand thread. The tension can be adjusted by rotating the loop, which causes both eyelets to be screwed in (or out).