Model # RC-MAWSD35-6

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WingIts World's Strongest Fastener Super Duty (6-Anchors)
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WingIts

World's Strongest Fastener Super Duty (6-Anchors)

  • Rated up to 300 lbs.
  • Common applications include TV mounts, partitions and others
  • Installs in minutes
$12.12 /each

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WingIts Super Duty - World's Strongest Fastener WingIts are rated up to 300 lbs. (depending on application) and will never Loosen. Millions of installations and No Issues. Super Duty WingIts utilizes a #10 stainless steel screw, which is ideal for flat screen TV mounts and commercial products. Typical installations include Flat Screen TV's, Diaper Changing Tables, Bathroom Partitions, Commercial Shelving, Electrical Panels, Heavy Drapery Rods, Cabinets, Pedestal Sinks, Dispensers, Coat Hooks, Railings, and for most Wall Mount Accessories with a base over 1 in. Use for Low-Profile and Tilting Mounts only - see www.wingits.com. Made in the USA.

  • World's strongest fastener for hollow walls
  • WingIts never loosen - handles forces in all directions
  • Installs in minutes - lasts a lifetime
  • Objects can be easily removed and replaced
  • Heavier #10 stainless steel screw for flat screen TV's, changing tables, pedestal sinks, partitions, panels and more

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Will this work with #10 2" Screw?

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November 10, 2015
I plan on mounting c.45 lb wall shelf into solid plaster wall (early 60's apt.). The location of the screws into the decorative brass wall bracket are quite visible, hence, its appearance will be sabotaged by anything but a slotted brass screw. The size for the screw on the bracket is #10 and I am planning to utilize a 2" screw (the longest I readily see). I thought to further increase holding power (as artwork/glass/ceramics made be put on top of wall shelf) so I thought to get anchors to mate with the #10 2" brass screws (two on each of two brackets). This seemed like a well-regarded product, however, I am not sure what size and depth anchor I should be getting. The brass slotted screw's compatibility with the anchor is also something I'm hoping to confirm. While anything but the brass slotted screw is definitively not an option, I take for granted that the screw itself may not be as strong as a steel screw that is supplied with the anchor. Is the differential of the less-strong brass screw such that the anchor is a waste as it will not help further strengthen the possibly less-strong brass screw? Thanks in advance for your consideration and any response.
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November 11, 2015
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Hello, sorry we are not clear on your request. The MAW35 uses a #8-32x3.5” screw and the MAWSD35 uses a #10-32x3.5” screw. As you are probably aware, Plaster and Lathe can be a difficult surface to attach and the thickness and back side can vary greatly. Let us know of additional information needs
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Can you put a nut on the bolt for stand off

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October 26, 2015
I need to hang a heavy mirror it's as long as a door and weighs about 40lb. It already has 2 brackets on it and they are the type that set over the bolt head. i f I use these anchors I would have to put a nut on the bolt and tighten it along with the bolt Is that going to work
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October 27, 2015
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If possible – use the stainless hook-plate (included with WingIts) or use the stainless hook-plate in conjunction with a nut (8-32) that would be fully threaded onto the screw before inserting the screw through the hook-plate and into WingIts’ fastener.
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How do you remove this product?

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I am renting, and I will need to repair the wall before I leave. Is there a procedure to allow me to do that?
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for grab bars These are recommended to install grab bars (handicapped rails). They worked well. You do have to be aware of the depth. We had to drill into the cement blocks behind one wall as the space between the plasterboard and the blocks was only 1 1/2". Also note the 'hat' that sits on the surface of the wall is 1" diameter so you have to locate the center at least 1/2" from the edge of the installed item if you wish to cover it. We did a little trimming on some so the cover would fit over the flange of the bar. All in all, they are strong enough to trust with my life and no more difficult to install than any other anchors. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Feels like it's mounted to a stud! These things hold a lot. I mounted a metal network enclosure to drywall and it isn't going anywhere you'd need a prybar to get it off the wall with 5 of these holding it on! Very glad I found these. October 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works as designed! I reviewed several "consumer reviews" on this product before purchasing. It works as designed if you install it correctly. Most of the negative reviews are from improper application, improper installation, and simply not following directions. May 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does Not Work Are they strong? Absolutely. The anchors behind the wall are so strong that they will start to pull back through the drywall as you tighten them up. I left a nice 3" diameter raised spot in the wall before the anchor was fully tightened. In other words, they DO NOT work. November 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by huge learning curve I f you want to hold some weight, you have to use the hanging washer or else the plastic will pull through and fail. If you dont screw in enough you will need to keep pressure on the screw so the backside grips and allows for a snug fit.Not doing this makes for a long day if you don't have a multi tool. July 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Overall Wall Anchor I've Used While they seem a bit pricey, especially when you purchase the accessory drill bit, these anchors are worth every penny. Don't skimp on the details - the accessory bit makes a nice clean, perfectly-sized hole for the anchor. I've used many other hollow wall anchors, and this one is consistently the best. December 18, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than expected Got these to hang a heavy picture, worked like a charm. Easy to intall and holding strong. Tried just about everything else on this picture and this is the only thing that has worked. Gave it a try on the paper towel holder, worked great too. This thing really works. October 11, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy, quick. Exactly what I needed, "the right tool for the job". October 1, 2013
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