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Simpson Strong-Tie 1-3/4 in. Lag Screw Expansion Shield (50 per Pack)
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Simpson Strong-Tie

1-3/4 in. Lag Screw Expansion Shield (50 per Pack)

$28.18 /each

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Simpson Strong-Tie mechanical anchors are designed to install easily and securely into a variety of base materials, including concrete, grouted and hollow CMU and brick. Specifies and contractors trust Simpson Strong-Tie anchors for optimum performance under the most demanding structural applications. Sleeve-All anchors are pre-assembled expanding sleeve anchors for use in all types of solid base materials. These anchors are available in acorn, hex, rod coupler, flat or round head styles for a wide range of applications.

  • Radial ribs provide additional holding power in softer material
  • Size: 3/8 in. short
  • Drill bit diameter: 5/8 in.
  • Embedment depth: 1-3/4 in.

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What do I need to put it in the ground to make it stay? Do I need something special?

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July 5, 2016
Screw goes in to the ground to secure the swim team starting blocks
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Hi JaredYurgadeVries, you drill a hole, put the lag shield in the hole, place the starting block with hole over the top of lag shield, then screw in lag bolt through block into lag shield and tighten.
I would recommend using wedge anchors instead of lag shields. They hold better and longer, and are stronger.
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