What Is the Pull Out Strength of Lag Bolts in Wood?

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The pullout resistance for lag bolts from wood depends on the type of wood, and the size and depth of bolt. It is generally about two to three hundred pounds per inch of depth.
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1. Insert a 1/4-inch drill bit into your drill. Drill a hole next to the broken lag bolt on all four sides. The holes only need to be one inch deep. 2. Remove the surface wood around
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Please refer to the Solar Mount Code-Compliant Manual , Page 13, Table 12 for lag bolt pull out capacities. We also recommend you contact a local P.E. (Professional Engineer).
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Thanks for the opinions guys. I'll try to answer some questions: rick-i: Yes, the 3/8" lag is going into the 1 1/2" wide part of the 2x6. I pre-drilled the board, else it
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Been a long time since I had to do the conversions but if the 5/8" blocking is firmly attached to the studs you should be fine. 105kg is not that heavy but you also have to consider
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