This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report (continued from previous day's quote):
This just in: I looked at an engine "as received," before shop had begun ripping it apart without authorization in the area of the transmitter. The vendor B-nut comes already safetied to the vendor (part number) bracket upper flange bend--to the bend, not a hole. Why don’t we re-safety it as it was, so we can install the safety cable per drawing with one safety cable per two bolts? Probably because our drawing is all hosed up and does not show where to re-safety it.
(Industry specification I.D.) (called out in the (specification I.D.) industry spec), section X.X.X., "Installation holes: In all cases the safety cable must be installed through the holes intended for this application of the parts being secured."--Install per drawing? Novel concept.
(Industry specification I.D.) section X.X.X., "Installation: Unless otherwise specified in the application engineering drawing, safety cable shall be installed in two or three bolt patterns with two bolt patterns being the preferred method when safety cable is applied to an even number of fasteners."
The Last Inspector