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    All-Thread -- Help

    Hi,

    I searched but couldn't find the answer or a tutorial...

    1) Do you simply drill a hole a little wider then the diameter of the all-thead and use the washers to seal the hole (when you torque down the screws)?

    2) What do you use to cut the excess all-thread? I'll probably just by a hacksaw...

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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    Silicone to seal them up
    dremel,jigsaw,sawzall,hacksaw, whatever you can get your hands on




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    Quote Originally Posted by supa_c View Post
    Silicone to seal them up
    dremel,jigsaw,sawzall,hacksaw, whatever you can get your hands on
    Thanks bro!!

    So just a wee bit wider eh?




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    hacksaw would work fine




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    You could always make it actual width and just hammer it in to make it snug




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    Simply Supa!

    Thanks Supa and Mike!




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    No prob sku




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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    I am probably going to need all thread. Shits expensive.



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    Re: All-Thread -- Help

    I picked up some 3/8" round and 36" long all-threads from HD @ $2.57 each.

    That's cheaper then the dowels I was using before...

    It is a pain though...but so are dowels....

    All thread definitely is better at bracing...




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