Proofreading by Automobile Hexagon Bolts

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    Automobile Hexagon Bolts' Hex head bolts are turned with a wrench, not a screwdriver. As a result, they have a higher torque rating and can seal the engine against the high power and torque of the engine and the high pressures encountered in the pump and gaskets as well as in the hex bolted head and cylinder. And parts of the engine and car are subject to acceleration and stopping forces to deal with what household items don't.

    Most household Phillips head screws have relatively low torque, are easy to assemble, and cannot withstand pressure and great force.

    Note that using a wrench (socket or socket) has a significant lever arm advantage over turning a screwdriver by hand, providing more torque.

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