Model # 171K

Internet #202527079

Store SKU #381912

Triple Grip #8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack)
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Triple Grip

#8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack)

$1029 /each

Overview

The TripleGrip # 8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack) are meant for use in mounting address plates, electrical panels, ornamental fixtures, bathroom fixtures, shelving and more.
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Product Overview

The TripleGrip # 8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack) are meant for use in mounting address plates, electrical panels, ornamental fixtures, bathroom fixtures, shelving and more.
  • For use mounting address plates, bathroom fixtures, electrical panels, ornamental fixtures, shelving and more
  • Cam action expands inside drywall while inserted
  • 2 expandable wings that grip tightly behind drywall
  • 2 lateral wings hold the anchor in place
  • Maximum weight capacity of 35 lb.
  • Fast and easy installation

Product Overview

Model #: 171K
Sku #: 381912
Internet #: 202527079

The TripleGrip # 8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack) are meant for use in mounting address plates, electrical panels, ornamental fixtures, bathroom fixtures, shelving and more.

  • For use mounting address plates, bathroom fixtures, electrical panels, ornamental fixtures, shelving and more
  • Cam action expands inside drywall while inserted
  • 2 expandable wings that grip tightly behind drywall
  • 2 lateral wings hold the anchor in place
  • Maximum weight capacity of 35 lb.
  • Fast and easy installation

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Brand Triple Grip Triple Grip Triple Grip
Ratings (8) (20) (0) (5)
Finish Family Chrome Gray Other Chrome
Fastener/Connector Material Alloy Steel Steel Plastic
Anchor length (in.) 1.535 1.165 8.125 1.283
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.) 0.86 5
Package Quantity 16 100 202 57
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Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor length (in.)
1.165
Anchor width (in.)
0.256
Assembled Depth (in.)
1.165 in
Assembled Height (in.)
0.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
0.236 in
Fastener callout size of screw
#8 : 1-1/4
Required drill hole size (in.)
0.25
Screw length (in.)
1.25

Details

Color Family
Grays
Drive Style
Combination
Fastener Type
Ribbed Anchor
Fastener thread type of screw
Standard
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Finish Family
Gray
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
0.86
Measurement Standard
USS
Package Quantity
100
Primary Use
Address plates Bathroom fixtures Electrical panels Ornamental fixtures Shelving
Product Weight (lb.)
0.001lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)
35
With screw
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Cobra Anchors will repair or replace

Specifications

Dimensions

Anchor length (in.)
1.165
Anchor width (in.)
0.256
Assembled Depth (in.)
1.165 in
Assembled Height (in.)
0.25 in
Assembled Width (in.)
0.236 in
Fastener callout size of screw
#8 : 1-1/4
Required drill hole size (in.)
0.25
Screw length (in.)
1.25

Details

Color Family
Grays
Drive Style
Combination
Fastener Type
Ribbed Anchor
Fastener thread type of screw
Standard
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Finish Family
Gray
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Maximum Weight Capacity (lb.)
0.86
Measurement Standard
USS
Package Quantity
100
Primary Use
Address plates Bathroom fixtures Electrical panels Ornamental fixtures Shelving
Product Weight (lb.)
0.001lb
Weight Capacity (lb.)
35
With screw
Yes

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Cobra Anchors will repair or replace

Questions & Answers

Do these work in plaster walls?

Asked by: St
It's intended too, however my experience along with others shows poor results.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2018-04-13

Well this fit a 5/16 wall mount screw?

Asked by: Diane
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Customer Reviews

#8 1-1/4 Gray Ribbed Anchors with Screws (100-Pack) is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These things SUCK. For a while, I thought it was my technique, or something, but they're pretty s... These things SUCK. For a while, I thought it was my technique, or something, but they're pretty straightforward, and I follow the instructions exactly. I tapped gently with a hammer, made sure the anchor was flush, and proceeded to screw in. Check out the picture. That is a freshly installed pair of anchors, with the top anchor pulling out immediately. My guitar is much lighter than the specified 35 lbs (per single anchor). I will never buy these again, and I wish I could return the rest of my pack. They were freaking expensive.
Date published: 2018-02-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth your time or money. I have about a 75% sucess rate and even with saying that I am unsu... Not worth your time or money. I have about a 75% sucess rate and even with saying that I am unsure of how well the good ones are even holding. For me the anchors would sometimes just push through the drywall when putting the screw in. Or I would have them feel like it needed a little bit more tightening and then they would just strip and be worthless. For the amount of time spent removing them and using better anchors (E-Z Ancor) hint, hint, I feel its important to share my issues.
Date published: 2018-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am surprised by the amount of negative reviews left on this product (and related size varieties... I am surprised by the amount of negative reviews left on this product (and related size varieties) because it has worked really well for me. I actually haven't used different anchors before because these worked well enough for me on the first try to stick with them, even if items come with their own tiny and weak looking anchors. I've used these (and similar sizes) to hang window curtain rods, picture frames, clocks, and most recently a towel and toilet paper holders. Also note that I've only used these in drywall, so I have no experience with these anchors and other materials together. I will say that I've never used the drill bit that comes with this package, but rather a bit purchased separately. A lot of reviews mention using the drill bit that is in the package - maybe it just doesn't produce the best hole and is at least part of the problem. The 1/4 drill I am using produces a rather clean hole in the drywall. This makes for a nice fit because the anchor definitely needs some gentle help with the hammer, and does not spin in place after insertion like some other reviewers have suggested. This is not to say that all is perfect in the world with these anchors. I've had 1 or 2 (don't remember exactly, but not more than that) not grip for some reason. This manifested itself by the fact that the screw would not go any further but would still spin rather freely when turning the screwdriver. When that unfortunately happens, of course one way is to remove it and give up on having an anchor in that spot. But what has worked for me is simply using an anchor next size up. Since my separately purchased drill made a clean hole, I was able to simply enlarge the hole just ever so slightly with a different proper bit and insert the next size up anchor, which then worked beautifully. Of course this approach only works if the item you are putting the screw through can accommodate a larger screw. Overall, I would recommend this product. I will keep using these anchors, especially now that I have some practice using them.
Date published: 2018-02-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does NOT work!! Good in principle and looks nice in the picture - but doesn't work AT ALL. Even worse than the standard plastic wall anchors. DO NOT BUY!! Stick with the most popular threaded drywall anchors.
Date published: 2011-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work as intended As you thread the screw into this anchor, all it does is pull the anchor out of the wall toward you. In fairness, two of them did support a 40 lb shelving unit, but I took it down as soon as I saw that the anchor was hanging a good half inch out of the wall. In short: do not buy.
Date published: 2013-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage Does not work. Will strip out hole requiring new even larger anchor. Stay away!!!!
Date published: 2012-07-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Anchors did not open I walked into the bedroom one random day months after using the anchors to secure shelves to the closet wall to find that everything had fallen to the floor. What I found was that the entire anchor and screw had pulled from the wall. The weight on the shelves was well within the limit stated on the package. What I found was that the anchors did not open at all. Now I have to re-evaluate everything else I have hung using this product. Less than stellar, sub-par, and lousy.
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst anchors I have ever used... I have been hanging a lot of items on my old plaster and lathe walls lately and have tried a few different type of anchors to get the job done. But these... they are the worst anchors I have ever used. Even if you drill the absolute most precise hole to put them in they will not go in all the way. Normally not a problem, you just give the anchor a soft tap or two with a hammer till they are flush with the wall and all is good. But not with these guys! The top end of the anchor is very flimsy. A single tap with with a hammer or even a firm push with your finger causes the entire exposed part of the anchor to collapse, rending it smashed, useless and requiring a pair of needle nose pliers in order to remove it from the wall. I was lucky to get one in every four anchors to work. In the end I went back to the cheap generic style screw anchors that you can find in every hardware store. They are a heck of a lot cheaper and work ten times better!
Date published: 2014-03-27
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