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Old 05-07-2013, 11:51 PM   #1
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i have can full of these. what puzzles me is how do they attach? obviously one end is threaded, but there is no way to put a tool on it to tighten it. and the other end is a stud?



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Why is the threaded end also slotted? Almost like a spike rivet, but doesn't come apart.



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They remind me of bolts used to put up walls that you don't want people to take down. Like rest room stall doors and walls.

But I'd say it's more a the stud is the working part of the fastener so they don't want to messed up with tool marks.

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They look very much like the threaded stud that comes with the clips that hold a stainless steel sink in from the underside of the countertop, is there a slot in the end opposite of the large end ?


Edit: after zooming in, I can see the slot............I am 100% sure that this is what they are.

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They look very much like the threaded stud that comes with the clips that hold a stainless steel sink in from the underside of the countertop, is there a slot in the end opposite of the large end ?


Edit: after zooming in, I can see the slot............I am 100% sure that this is what they are.
That is what they are. Sink hold down bolts
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what does the other part look like? odds are, he has a can full them too. i just havent gotten down to that level yet.

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bingo! now i know what to look for! thanks.

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They look very much like the threaded stud that comes with the clips that hold a stainless steel sink in from the underside of the countertop, is there a slot in the end opposite of the large end ?

Edit: after zooming in, I can see the slot............I am 100% sure that this is what they are.
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