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Crown Bolt 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. Zinc-Alloy Long Lag Shield (20-Piece)
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Crown Bolt

1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. Zinc-Alloy Long Lag Shield (20-Piece)

$9.21 /each

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These lag or expansion shields are used for fastening lag screws into wood and concrete. The expansion shield acts as an anchoring point into a concrete slab or foundation, expanding when the screw threads are engaged during installation. Common uses include frames and outdoor play equipment. When used in conjunction with a lag screw it can also be used in many masonry applications. Use in pre-drilled hole.

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  • 20-pieces per pack
  • Zinc alloy construction
  • Zinc-plated
  • 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in.
  • Working load limit is 250 lbs. shear and 150 lbs. pull in concrete

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What size drill bit should be used?

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1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. Zinc-Alloy Long Lag Shield (20-Piece) is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible! They say to drill a 1/2" hole and hammer them in flush. They would fall out of a 1/2" h... Terrible! They say to drill a 1/2" hole and hammer them in flush. They would fall out of a 1/2" hole if it was not horizontal. I drilled the holes with a professional SDS hammer drill and matching bit. It took 8 to 10 turns of masking tape around each one to make them snug in the hole and then they wouldn't hold very well - probably because of the masking tape. I drilled new holes with a different bit and a regular drill but they were still very loose. I then measured the diameter of the shield and it is nowhere near 1/2". Now I've got a wall full of holes and still have to find a way to attach the wood to it.
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