Model # 10428

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Store SKU #424956

Crown Bolt #10-12 x 1-1/4 in. Blue Ribbed Plastic Anchor Kit with Screws (201-Pack)
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Crown Bolt

#10-12 x 1-1/4 in. Blue Ribbed Plastic Anchor Kit with Screws (201-Pack)

$9.74 /each

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These ribbed plastic anchors are intended for light duty anchor applications. The ribs prevent the anchor from turning in the hole during installation and expand as the screw is tightened. The split in the anchor ensures expansion on two opposing sides. These anchors are not recommended for overhead use.

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  • 201 pieces per kit
  • Plastic construction
  • Blue
  • #10-12 x 1-1/4 in.
  • Comes with HH combo drive screws and 1/4 in. drill bit
  • Reusable package
  • Working load limit is 23 lbs shear in drywall
  • Working load limit is 250 lbs shear in concrete
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can i use on a curtain rod?

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This anchor is to be used in drywall and has a working load limit of 23 lbs. The load limit includes the rod, curtain, and curtain hangers. This anchor is not recommended for overhead use.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Anchor kit not for drywall The anchors in this kit are not for use in drywall. They are intended to be used in masonry mortar joints. Using this type of anchor in drywall is not recommended, and me potentially damage the drywall. Please use the correct type of anchor for your application November 13, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Ehh....did NOT perform as expected! Bought this kit to hang a 5lb. fire extinguisher using a new 4-hole bracket with band clamp (replacing the original 2-hole plastic bracket that failed to hold the weight of the extinguisher). This kit appeared to be very convenient, consisting of everything needed: 1) ribbed plastic anchors (#10-12), 2) the (presumably) correct screws 1" long and with multi drive options (I.e. slotted, Phillips, or hex) and 3) a 1/4" drill for correct (?) size hole to install the anchor. Everything went without problem until it came to tightening the screws. I tightened the screws with a hand screwdriver and just where I expected the torque to start getting high as it would with a tightened screw, it felt like the anchor slipped. The Torque barely rose above the run-down torque and then the screw just continued to turn with about the same resistance. All four screws performed the same. The bracket seems to be snug against the wall and doesn't exhibit any tendency to easily move (turn) but I suspect this will change with time. The only advantage with this application is that there shouldn't be any frequent movement of the extinguisher. It should just sit there until needed (if ever) or it comes time to replace it. For anyone buying this anchor kit, I suggest you experiment with a couple of test holes in the same material/thickness before proceeding with these anchors. You might want to drill a slightly smaller diameter hole than you get with the supplied drill. I noticed the drill I got has an insert in the tip like a piece of carbide but I don't know what the material actually is. After drilling four holes in 1/2" thick sheetrock, I measured the diameter of the tip insert to be about 0.242" (used Mitutoyo digital calipers, resolution = 0.0005", accuracy = 0.0010"). I'm bummed becaused I used the materials and tool provided by the supplier and had the installation fail. Next time I will follow my own advice and test the tools and material and modify until I achieve success. Only then will I proceed with the job at hand! August 31, 2014
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