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Old 14 April 2013, 17:03   #11
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Try these they might do the job Toggler Snaptoggle | Anchor Bolts,Toggle Bolt, Toggle Bolts

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Old 14 April 2013, 22:54   #12
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Originally Posted by Ian_st View Post
If these were stuck down with sikaflex or a similar adhesive would it be suitable to fix the feet of an A Frame, perhaps with a couple of screws.

No access to under deck, and not got the skills or experience to resin bond in, or cut in a small hatch.
For lightish loads you could perhaps screw/glue these down to the deck and bolt a part to the central thread. For safety and/or for heavier loads you'd need more. I have a bench secured by bolts to a number of big heads which are themselves held beneath marine ply pads which are screwed through into the deck. Works for me as I can unbolt the bench when needed and just have the wooden pads left behind.

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