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Volvo used some Dzus into the 1970's at least. The quick-release was convenient but I'd expect the cost per is why others use conventional screws.
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"Before Alemites and Zerks.." sounds like something out of the Old Testament!
Okay, is it a Dzus fastener (used primarily on aircraft) or a clutch screw?
"Screw a poodle for Zeus" ??? What the heck does that mean and how does the poodle feel about this?
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