Model # TSBR2-24

Internet #202832693

Store SKU #105802

Store SO SKU #592854

Simpson Strong-Tie 22-Gauge Truss Spacer-Restraint

Simpson Strong-Tie

22-Gauge Truss Spacer-Restraint

$2.95 /each

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Product Overview

The Simpson Strong-Tie TSBR truss spacer-restraint is a time-saving lateral-restraint product for wood and CFS framing that improves quality and safety. Easier to install than wood bracing, the TSBR firmly grips the trusses, capturing on-center spacing and keeping them vertical and plumb after placement, resulting in a better truss installation. The unique design eliminates additional time spent measuring truss spacing and laying out temporary lateral bracing. And once installed, the TSBR can remain in place to be sheathed over, thereby eliminating the need to remove temporary bracing and creating a safer, more stable work platform.

  • Enables the quick and accurate spacing of trusses without measuring or adjusting
  • Easily "grabs" onto the truss – may be put in place with one hand
  • Stays in place during sheathing, saving time and making the roof more stable for workers
  • Installs in less time and requires less total bracing material than prescriptive wood bracing methods – reducing labor costs
  • Length: 25-1/2 in.
  • Made from 22-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with 10d common nails or 10d x 1-1/2 in. nails
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

The description says it can be placed with one hand and grabs the truss, can it be removed after ...

The description says it can be placed with one hand and grabs the truss, can it be removed after it 'grabs' and placed in a different location?
Asked by: Owen
Yes. If you are talking about just moving them around a bit to line them up you can probably just tap them sideways with your hand. These are designed to be permanently installed with 2 nails on each end. Once you've done that it is possible to remove them, but the metal will need to be straightened after pulling the nails. For what these cost and the time they save, just install them and leave them.
Answered by: homerowner
Date published: 2017-03-01

Is this the price each?

Asked by: JJ
$15.58 is a crazy price per item. I paid $2.97 each 1 month ago at HD. You can buy them by the case (50) for less than that which is what I recommend unless your building is short. Do not pay $15 per spacer!!
Answered by: homerowner
Date published: 2017-02-08
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