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USnavy


Mar 30, 2010, 1:40 AM

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Re: [ceramiclover] Bolting a Ropes Course Wall
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ceramiclover wrote:
The main problem is that I need a a bolt that will take a nut at the back, rather than a concrete expansion bolt.
Yea thatís called a machine bolt, AKA the most popular bolt in the world, AKA the bolt type that can be found at any hardware store in the world. I would use 3/8" stainless steel bolts if itís outside or 3/8" grade eight bolts if inside. If you place stainless steel hangers you MUST place stainless steel bolts. DO NOT mix grade 8, 5, or 2 bolts with stainless steel hangers.

Are you bolting the wall for lead climbing? What are the bolts going to be used for?


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