lag bolt

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Noun1.lag bolt - a heavy woodscrew with a square or hexagonal head that is driven in with a wrenchlag bolt - a heavy woodscrew with a square or hexagonal head that is driven in with a wrench
woodscrew - a metal screw that tapers to a point so that it can be driven into wood with a screwdriver
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Make the building process smoother by pre-drilling your holes: Use a 3/8-inch drill bit to pre-drill your lumber before inserting screws, which will help prevent splitting and will guide your lag bolt (a heavy-duty screw ideal for securing thick lumber) into the lumber.
So you need at least 42-44 inches of room from the ceiling to the lag bolt you put in the wall to hang the finished mount on.
Sinking a lag bolt or the like into the top of a core only lifts out that top layer and is an unsafe procedure as it can easily pull out of the core and cause injury.
Which one is more like a wood screw: a lag bolt or a carriage bolt?
It's recommended for use with hardwoods where you'll get better grip with the stand's lag bolt. The TreeDech sells for around $120.
Landscape architect Tom Deyerle designed a trellis to cover the second story of the house using redwood 2-by-2s a lag bolt screwed into an expansion shield attaches the trellis to the stucco wall.
It turns nail removal, screw removal and even lag bolt removal into a quick, simple task.
Because it translates leverage into pulling force, it is highly effective at nail removal, lag bolt removal, and screw removal.
It is perfect for screw removal, lag bolt removal, and removing other difficult or broken fasteners because the harder you pull, the harder it grips.