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EAN-130081942114093   EAN-13 barcode 0081942114093
UPC-A081942114093   UPC-A barcode 081942114093
Product NameUSP Structural Connectors PA66E-TZ G185-Triple Zinc Galvanized 2-Sided Post Anchor, 6 by 6
CategoryHardware
Short DescriptionHeight:3.5 inches / Length:5.5 inches / Width:5.5 inches
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B000H5PT04
ModelPA66E-TZ
Price New22.35 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width5.5 inches    (convert)
Height3.5 inches    (convert)
Length5.5 inches    (convert)
BindingTools & Home Improvement
FeaturesAttaches a 6X6 post to concrete using anchor bolt or threaded rod Heavy G185 galvanized coating for exterior applications Recommended for use with treated lumber Includes washer and 1" stand-off Comparable to ABA66Z, ABE66Z
Long DescriptionUsed to secure wood posts to concrete footings. Secures posts to existing concrete or wood floors. Secures to the floor with either 1/2" bolts or concrete nails. Stand off plate keeps the post above the floor level to prevent water and other moisture-related damage. Code listings: 1CBO3613, SBOOI9303, patent pending. Highlights: Size : 6" x 6" Gauge Base : 14 Galvanized steel Triple zinc coated Nail Schedule: 8-10d Not recommended for fence posts Material body: 18 gauge steel Material base and washer: 12 gauge steel
Created07-01-2006
Modified04-29-2020 8:51:43am
MD510f6f8d68e6921c59896c27edfd242df
SHA2562803cbf42f2a55ff4ec928aa11b47cc0e6fb7ea33d043961c36d97c0a1c4e741
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