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There is a butterfly anchor sold at most hardware/home stores. It's a V shape with a nut and a spring at the point of the V. It will fit into a 1" hole and then expand once pushed through the hole to a wider diameter. You may need to drill the diameter of the hole in the standard out to accommodate the larger screw. But these are very strong drywall ...


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Well...I had to live and learn. I used 12 inch sonotubes with the same anchor and cheap cement (the fence post kind that was recommended to me) and 6 x6 posts, which turned out to be a bad idea. 2 of the 4 cement piers cracked part way down where the achor ties were. My solution was to build 21 inch squares around the base about 12 inches down and past the ...



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