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$189
  • Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
  • Fastens lag screws into wood and concrete
  • Great for frame work, outdoor play sets, and masonry projects
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Product Details

Crown Bolt's lag shields are screw style Anchor with 2 semi-circular, hollow, sections that are interlocked at the top. Use in conjunction with hex lag Screw. When installed, the shield expands from the bottom. The outer surface is ribbed to resist coming out of the drill hole.
  • 1-piece per pack
  • Alloy steel construction
  • Zinc finish
  • 1/2 in. L drill
  • Working load limit is 535 lbs. shear and 350 lbs. pull in concrete
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Questions & Answers

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Q:What type of insert is recommended for a Screw Eye? Previous answer said these lag shields were not sized for screw eyes because they had different threads.
by|Jul 19, 2022
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A:  An insert is not needed for a screw eye for any wood application.

by|Aug 4, 2022
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    Q:Your illustrations for this product do not agree with what is printed. A 1 3/4" Lag Shield illustrates a 1" Lag Shield and calls for a 7/16 concrete drill. In the Q&A it states a 1/2" Concrete drill. What is it?IT MATTERS!
    by|Jun 3, 2022
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    A:  The illustration is correct for Everbilt 1/4 in. Lag Shield Short (3-Pack). The lag shield is 1" and calls for 7/16" concrete drill size. We will get the information corrected.

    by|Jun 7, 2022
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      Q:Can this be used on stucco??
      by|Jun 3, 2022
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      A:  For the Everbilt 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. Zinc-Alloy Long Lag Shield (20-Piece), we would recommend using this on wood and concrete surface.

      by|Jun 6, 2022
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        Q:what size drill cement bit for 1/4" lag shield?
        by|May 8, 2022
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        A:  The Everbilt 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. Zinc-Alloy Long Lag Shield (20-Piece) pilot hole drill bit size is 7/16 in.

        by|Jan 9, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

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          Worked great! Used in cinder block chimney to anchor a triangle shade cloth.
          Worked great! Used in cinder block chimney to anchor a triangle shade cloth.
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          I had to mount a couple of boards onto the side of the house for the deck I was building. The loc...
          I had to mount a couple of boards onto the side of the house for the deck I was building. The location where I was mounting those boards was on brick. I drilled holes in the brick and then inserted the Lag Shields and then mounted the boards to the brick. I actually used 20 Lag Shields and 5 inch zinc Lags to mount the boards to the brick. Was all very easy.
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          Excellent lag shield! I needed a large one for some oak doors that weigh a alot, so the hinges a...
          Excellent lag shield! I needed a large one for some oak doors that weigh a alot, so the hinges are large, and the lag needs to be large enough for the job. Perfect match!
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            300+ pound rated lag shield. At 2 1/2 inches long, this is meant to anchor heavy items in concre...
            300+ pound rated lag shield. At 2 1/2 inches long, this is meant to anchor heavy items in concrete. Lag shields are essential if you're mounting or anchoring anything of weight into concrete. Something I particularly like about these lag shields is that the spreading teeth start about one quarter of the way down. That means the shield will start biting into the concrete early in the process. Although medium duty rated, 300 plus pounds is significant.
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            I have used these type of anchors before when I have needed to secure something in some sort of m...
            I have used these type of anchors before when I have needed to secure something in some sort of masonry product from concrete to red brick and have always trusted them to hold well and not to break while being retched down tightly. An additional measure that I have always taken because I have used them in commercial areas where I wanted to make doubly sure they performed as needed I would squirt some liquid nail down in the hold before inserting the anchor. Does it need liquid nail?? Probably not but its always made me feel better at the end of the job.
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            Anchor Diameter (in.)1/2"1/2"1/2"1/2"
            Fastener TypeLag ShieldsConcrete AnchorConcrete ScrewsWedge Anchors
            Fastening Base MaterialBrick,Cinder Block,ConcreteBrick,Cinder Block,ConcreteBrick,Cinder Block,ConcreteBrick,Concrete
            Fastener/Connector MaterialAlloySteelSteelSteel
            Interior/ExteriorExterior,InteriorExterior,InteriorInteriorExterior,Interior
            Weight Capacity (lb.)525 lb535
            Package Quantity1111
            FeaturesStretchableNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
            THD SO SKU 631736
            Fastener Length (in.) 2.753.75
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