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Old 30 September 2011, 18:48   #1
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Hi all, as anyone on here used these high peformance anchor bolts ,they will hold up to 356lbs , thought they would be good for holding down Aframe, if bolted to the deck of a rib, can,t seam to find a good anchor bolt these days
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I have 8 of them holding my scuba tank rack down. I think the bolt size is 8mm and they seem super strong in over 5 yrs of use. Although when I installed them the thread engagement seemed rather skimpy. If you ever undo them expect them to fall down/away on the backside, the zip-ties end up breaking after you install the bolt.
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I've used the non-SS versions over the years. Agree that the threaded contact area is quite small. Not sure I'd trust an A-frame to them...

They're a genius solution for a lot of jobs though!
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Hi willk, I think I can get them in size M 10 ,the aframe is bolted to the transom also ,they are just for holding the other leg of the aframe to the deck with a big washer to spread the load, cheers
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Hi willk, I think I can get them in size M 10 ,the aframe is bolted to the transom also ,they are just for holding the other leg of the aframe to the deck with a big washer to spread the load, cheers
I think they'd work fine for this application, way better than the limited alternatives.
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