Its tighter than finger tight, but not as tight as torqued on. Its tight enough that the bolt or nut wont loosen in regular use.
Actually, what is probably a more inclusive answer would be:
The 2004 RCSC Specification defines a snug-tightened joint as a joint in which the bolts have been installed in accordance with Section 8.1." Note that no specific level of installed tension is required to achieve this condition, which is commonly attained after a few impacts of an impact wrench or the full effort of an ironworker with an ordinary spud wrench. The plies should be in firm contact, a condition that means the plies are solidly seated against each other, but not necessarily in continuous contact.
A snug fit is a tight fit or if you say you are nice and snug in your blanket, that means you are cozy.
loose not tight
They should be snug, as in tight but not tight to the point you feel uncomfortable.
Tight is tight... get it snug, roll with it.
Snug tight for direct tension indicators means tight but not binding. It would be like tightening something with the hand as much as a person can without a wrench.
Perfect or comfortable is the meaning behind snug as a gun.
pretty much not to loose not to tight just snug
The term means 'to pull the knot up tight, but not TOO tight'.
snug, but not so tight that it slows circulation
Wrapped up snug as an eskimo baby.
They should be snug, but not too tight. If they're moving around, then they don't work as well.
Yes, it is. The adjective can mean firmly in place, taut, snug, difficult, or stingy.
The mood of where you find yourself snug
Snug is a definition that is commonly used in the English vocabulary. The definition of the word snug has several meanings. One specific meaning is comfortable, warm and well protected.
snug or 10 to 12 ft lb.
Just what it sounds like: jeans that are loose, i.e. jeans that aren't snug and tight.
Make absolutely sure that the blade nut is really tight not snug.
Not to tight just snug
Yes! In fact the word "nudge" means a snug and tight fit.
Assuming you mean for the wheels..... start with any one, and just snug it, go around the wheel studs, skip the next one, snug the next, skip the next, and snug the next, until they are all snug. Then using a torque wrench, do the same...torque every second one to 100lb, until they are all tight.
No; as opposites, tight and loose are examples of antonyms.Tight (meaning restrictive) and tight (meaning drunk) are homonyms, as would be right and write. A homonym is a word that sounds or is spelled the same, but has a completely different meaning.
Something that is not tight.Loose, which rhymes with moose, is an adjective meaning not tight, not dense, or free from constraint.
warm If snug is in snug fit then close.
There will a torque setting but just make sure they are tight. Not super tight or anything just snug them up and they give it a little more. They dont need to be on tight seeing as how thin the bolts are they will break.