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Zinc Alloy Hollow-Wall Bolt Drywalll Anchor Self Screw Anchors 1

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Zinc Alloy Hollow-Wall Bolt Drywalll Anchor Self Screw Anchors 1

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Product description

Features:
This kit includes 50pcs zinc alloy drywall anchors and 50pcs #8 x 1-1/4'' self screws.
Made of durable metal material, lasting for years.
No pre-drilling required, fast and easy installation.
Deep thread design offers strong engagement for maximum holding power.
Suitable for most gypsum wallboard.
 
Specification:
Material: Zinc alloy anchor, iron zinc plated screw
Anchor Size: 13*41mm/0.51*1.61in
Screw Size: #8 x 1-1/4''
Package Weight: Approx. 265g/9.3oz
 
Package list:
50 * Drywalll Anchors
50 * Self Screws

Zinc Alloy Hollow-Wall Bolt Drywalll Anchor Self Screw Anchors 1

 

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