Model # RTC42

Internet #100375007

Store SKU #755691

Store SO SKU #592854

Simpson Strong-Tie 18-Gauge 2X Rigid Tie Connector
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Simpson Strong-Tie

18-Gauge 2X Rigid Tie Connector

$5.86 /each

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Product Overview

Make sturdy, good-looking projects that will last with the RTC Rigid Tie. This series secures two wood members to a vertical post forming a 90° corner. These connectors are ideal for the construction of workbenches and storage shelving units.

  • Rigid tie corner connectors provide a strong 90° connection between two 2x2s and a 2x2 post, forming a corner
  • No angled cuts or angled fastening that can split the wood
  • Stronger than other methods of corner construction
  • Post size: 4x4
  • Joist size: 2X
  • Made from 18-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with SD 8x1.25 Strong-Drive screws or #10 x 1-1/2 in. Strong-Drive SD screws

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Customer Questions & Answers

Does this product accomodate a 4X4 vertical post to tie to the 2 2x4 horizontals?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, that is what I used to make my workbench. The 4 x 4 goes in the middle and the 2x 4's are the side rails.
Answered by: jojo
Date published: 2017-02-24

Why arent these stocked in the stores?

Asked by: ThePoolWonk
They are stocked in some but not all of the stores local to me. I recommend checking the inventory through the Home Depot website at other stores in your area.
Answered by: Brodozerthebuilder
Date published: 2017-01-04

Can these be used at the top of a 4x4 post to hold (2) 2x8's on top of the post without having the 4x4 post continuing?

Asked by: deckbuilding1
Yes they can. These can be used to create flush mounting surfaces . If the 4x4 is to be used as railing supports, slide these down further along the post. Using a piece of scrap, slide the connector down the post until the 2x8 sits flush with the end of the 4x4. We used the recommended hex head screws (driver bit included) to make our connections.
Answered by: Brodozerthebuilder
Date published: 2017-02-24

Do they make these for a 6x6 post?

Asked by: k9233w
Yes
Answered by: Bonnie
Date published: 2016-12-12
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