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How to install
Round Base
T-nuts

(With 1 person it takes about 7 seconds)
Round Base T-nuts

    Items you'll need:
  • Electric drill
  • Philips Head drill bit
  • Round Base T-nut
  • (3) #6 sheet metal screws
    (included with t nut orders)
Prior to installing T-nuts your climbing wall should be prepared by creating a grid of holes spaced according to your preference using a 7/16" drill bit. The inner diameter of the t-nuts is 3/8", but the outer diameter is 7/16".




Step one:
Put the t-nut in the hole.


Step two:
Fasten the three screws with the drill.
Fasten screws



Round base t-nut installed
Finished!
Most people probably don't need these instructions, but they help illustrate the difference between Round Base and 4 prong t-nuts. If you change routes frequently you'll appreciate a solid nut which is easy to install, and won't spin or pop out. On the other hand, If you don't plan on changing the hold positions frequently, you could save a couple bucks by using the 4 prong style.


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