This quote is also from my addendum (supplement) to my first report (continued from previous day's quote):
Anyway, you can probably tell I have done a lot of research into this, without much success in finding the "Holy Grail" of documentation, like I did on the MHIR subject. Maybe the fact that I actually care about the products we build is the problem. I think the main problem is that our Engineering department is not complying with the (design specification) documents, which are mandatory requirements, I believe, unless they get (an approval) for a drawing departure to those requirements. What the kicker is is that the way we install these single pin fasteners, per the Catia drawing picture sheet, with the (fastener) and (fastener) next to the bushing that slips into the clevis, violates (design specification), Single Pin Joints, page XX Figure X-X requirements to install the clamp-up bushing adjacent to the (fastener). That is done so, if the nut (loosens, the fasteners) will stay in place until the next maintenance visit. Please check into this, and have our engineers fix it if required so we can build safe and duplicate from unit to unit products, or let me know if I am all wet on this subject and missed something that allows this confused state of drawing and spec to exist. If there is a problem, be sure the AMMs (Airplane Maintenance Manuals)/PPBU (Power Plant Build-Up) Manuals are revised also, so everything is the same after maintenance.
The Last Inspector