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Section II.  STAKING, PEENING, AND SWAGING
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Figure 3-6.  Staking Flathead Screw
TM 9-254 3-4. Staking - Continued Figure 3-4.  Staking Threaded Parts c. Staking Headed Screws (fig. 3-5). A recommended procedure for staking headed screws is as follows: (1) Be sure that screw (2) is in proper position and tightened. (2) Place center punch (3) on screw (2), but not so close to the edge that it will break through the metal of the screw. (3) With a medium weight ball peen hammer, give the punch (3) a solid tap. (4) Examine  staking  hole  (1).    If  the  metal  has  moved  enough  to  lock  screw  (2),  go  on  to  next  staking position. (5) If metal has not moved enough, move center punch closer  to  the  edge  of  the  set  screwhead,  and  tap with hammer. (6) Stake second hole in the same manner and check the screw (2) to see that it is locked in place. Figure 3-5.  Staking Headed Screws 3-5

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