1/2 inch bolt fits
Here is a link to install instructions: https://www.strongtie.com/standoffpostbases_castinplacepostbases/epb_base/p/epb
The allowable loads for the EPB44 vary depending on seismic design category and condition; please see the following link to the load table for complete details: https://www.strongtie.com/standoffpostbases_castinplacepostbases/epb_base/p/epb#LoadTables. It would be up to the Designer/Engineer of Record to determine if it is suitable for the specific application. Thank you!
The EPB44 requires 0.162" x 3 1/2" common nails. Thank you!
Do yourself a big favor and just replace the footing. Having installed fence fro years I've always regretted trying to salvage posts and footings. Do it right once or do it wrong over and over again.
I used it for a 8ft post and worked perfectly for our canopy.
This works very well for your fence if you are setting them in cement first. In stead of pouring cement around the post
Yes it should work good
First I want to point out that the EPB bases must be installed in concrete. The EPB44 has the Simpson Strong-Tie® gray paint finish which provides a low level of corrosion protection. It can also be ordered with the hot-dip galvanized finish (EPB44HDG) which provides a medium level of corrosion protection and can be used in many applications with treated wood, but not all. Please see the Corrosion section of our website to determine the recommended finish for your specific application based on environment, type of treated wood being used, chemical retention, etc. Thank you!
This would be a question for the Designer as he/she is responsible for the concrete design. Thank you!