TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE Drywall Anchor with included bolts for 1/4-20 Fastener size; holds 80 pounds each by TOGGLER ..., 24200
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- Toggle anchor installs behind 3/8- to 2-1/2 thick hollow materials including gypsum board,
- Anchor affixes to the wall before adding the bolt and fixture, allowing one-person installation and
- Made in USA, and includes 1/4-20 UNC-threaded bolts
- Ultimate tensile strength is 265 lb. in 1/2 drywall and 1,080 lb. in concrete block with a 1/4-20
- Use one-fourth or less of listed maximum values for safe working loads
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 22.2 x 15.9 x 6.4 cm; 578 Grams
- Date First Available : 16 July 2018
- Manufacturer : TOGGLER
- ASIN : B07FMCHQ8W
- Item Model Number : 24200
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The TOGGLER SNAPTOGGLE BB toggle anchor provides a secure hold from within various hollow materials 3/8 to 3-5/8 thick including gypsum board, drywall, and concrete block, includes 1/4-20 UNC bolts, and is made in USA. The anchor channel will not rotate when installing the bolt, whether installing by hand or with a screw gun, and will stay in place if the bolt is removed to facilitate fixture and screw changes. If using bolts other than those supplied, the anchor accepts 1/4-20 UNC metal bolts with a minimum length equal to the thickness of the item being fastened and the thickness of the mounting material plus 1/2. The SNAPTOGGLE anchor meets Federal Specification FF-B-588-D for Type V anchors.
The anchor consists of a corrosion-resistant zinc-plated steel anchor channel that inserts through a 1/2 drilled hole in walls, ceilings, or floors and installs against the back side of the mounting material; plastic straps attached to the channel that position it into place; and a plastic cap that slides down the straps and presses into the drilled hole firmly to lock the anchor channel in place behind the mounting material. Once the cap is set in place, the straps snap off by hand. The item being fastened affixes to the mounting material by inserting one of the included bolts through the item, into the drilled hole, and through the anchoring channel behind the material and tightening.
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Installed 42 inc TV with Mounting Dream Full Motion TV Wall Mounts with Swivel Articulating Dual Arms.
Safe and secure installation.
By Joyce on 7 September 2021
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I wasted 7 of the 20 trying to get the screw to engage, only to have it push the retaining bar to the point of snapping off and falling with a clunk inside the wall!
At first, I thought that perhaps the hole placement was off and that I was screwing them in at an angle and so not engaging. WRONG.
I was getting tired from screwing the grab bar into the ceramic tiles and then having to take it down again, adjust and open up the retaining flange and screw back in, again, and again, and again... Too tired to realize that it was the threads needed to be chased first due to poor manufacturing practices...
After 7 failures I started to get serious about figuring out what was wrong. The first failures I just shrugged and said, oh well, as I still had extra for the job. Not anymore.
I now have to pay another $21 to finish the job.
IF YOU BUY THESE, USE A 1/4 -20 TAP TO CHASE THE THREADS!!!!! YOU CAN USE THE SCREWS TO CHASE THE THREADS, BUT THE STEEL IS PRETTY CHEAP AND SOFT. JUST TAKES MORE CARE AND A PAIR OF PLIERS.
I think better instructions might have saved me 1-2 of those that were lost.
The main tip I'd suggest for anyone is after you have the anchor pushed into the wall, be very gentle when you push the bolt into the wall and make sure it's engaging with the threads. If it's difficult to turn or you are pushing hard,...you are most likely have the bolt off so that it isn't engaging cleanly the the threads and if you push you're going to snap the back off the anchor and then you've just lost yourself a fairly pricey anchor.
From what I've found, you can hand turn the bolt into the threaded portion inside the wall pretty easily if you've got it engaged properly and you'd only need a screwdriver to tighten it up at the very end.
Other than that, seems to be a great product to hold a lot of weight when you don't have a wall stud available.
Reviewed in the United States on 24 February 2020