Model # SUR2.06/11

Internet #204842423

Simpson Strong-Tie 2 in. x 11-7/8 in. Skewed Right Joist Hanger

Simpson Strong-Tie

2 in. x 11-7/8 in. Skewed Right Joist Hanger

$19.08 /each

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Product Overview

Joist hangers are designed to provide support underneath the joist, rafter or beam to provide a strong a connection. Simpson Strong-Tie offers a diverse line of hangers to handle almost any application with top flange, concealed flange and field skewable and slopeable options. SUL/SUR hangers provide a 45 degree connection between a joist and header.

  • SUR is equal to skewed right
  • Can accommodate joists skewed 40 to 50 degrees
  • Angled nail slots direct nails for proper installation
  • Joist size: 2 in. x 11-7/8 in.
  • Made from 16-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with 16d common nails and 10d x 1-1/2 in. nails

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It is not clear how you nail the narrow-angle side

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April 10, 2016
This looks like a perfect solution for an angled joist, but it is not clear from the HomeDepot site, or the Simpson site how you nail the two tight-angle portions--the text mentions slots, but it looks to be very difficult to nail that narrow side. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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April 13, 2016
The slotted nail holes allow the nails to be installed at an angle. Please see the S-C-INSTALL guide on our website. Though it isn't as easy as the ones nailed in on the wide angle, it is definitely do-able. If you have a palm nailer available, that would make it even easier. Thank you!
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