and 5.25 in., with hubs of either clamp style or keyway
Willenhall Road and the Keyway
were closed for seven hours from Neachells Lane and Bilston Lane while enquiries were made at the scene and the car was recovered.
The New Axis keyway
cutter is a fluid-driven solution that eliminates secondary broaching or milling operations.
Owned by London and Cambridge Properties, Keywest is a 40,000 sq ft complex on the Willenhall Estate, adjacent to the Keyway
, which leads to the A454 Black Country Route and lies within two miles of Junction 10 of the M6 motorway.
The lock ships with a standard key-in-lever "C" keyway
cylinder, which can be replaced with a Lori cylinder, as well as Corbin/Rosswin, Yale, Schlage, and Sargent cylinders.
Among the advantages cited by KTR are costs savings in shaft manufacturing (there are no keyways
with smaller diameters); the units offer backlash-free torque transmission with indexing capabilities; and the design eliminates stress concentration around the key and keyway
* The ability to be manufactured to specification with modifications such as flats, mounting holes, slots, and keyway
The boy was attacked as he walked home from school on May 3 between 3.05pm and 3.10pm, on the island above The Keyway
in Willenhall, where Bilston Lane meets Bilston Road.
A full range of options includes single and double vane models, keyway
timing for reference points, rear porting and a variety of switches and sensors.
The one-piece Power-Core gear has a secure metal-hub to metal-shaft connection, such as a keyway
or QD bushing, for high torque transmission.
One has a 1/2" bore and keyway
for powered applications, and the other has a 3/8" plain bore.