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Concealed wood post surface mounted anchoring system. Made from strong galvanized steel with a black powder coated finish. Use with any post for anchor. Use Titan Post Mounts for fence posts, gazebos, pergolas, deck railings, support posts, patio railings, or anywhere you need a clean looking, strong, wood post connection to any surface - wood, composite, or concrete.
Also consider using Hand Made Deck Store Online Cedar Post Skirts to easily fit over Titan post anchors and keep a consistent cedar look throughout posts.
Titan post connectors are the professional choice from the deck installation experts at The Deck Store, we are Minnesota's most senior licensed deck builders!
Need help installing the Titan Wood Post Anchor? Watch our instructional video on the easiest way to install Titan Post Anchors.
1 - Post Anchor - .625"x 5"x 5" or .625"x 7.5"x 7.5"
4 - 5/16"x 5" HDG Lag Bolts
8 - 1/4" x 3" HDG Lag Bolts
Durable-Powder-Coated Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel Construction
For more stability we recommend the #14 CTX Construction Lag Screws from Big Timber for this critical connection. The length you select will be dependent on the materials your attaching to. Always try to get 2+ inches into the sub framing or blocking for the highest pullout strength. When attaching to concrete consider the Tapcon Cement Anchor.
Single Titan Wood Post Anchor with Fasteners
Titan 4x4 = 5" x 5" x 5/8" (1.25 x 3.5" tube) | Titan 6x6 = 7.5" x 7.5" x 5/8" (1.75 x 4.75" tube)
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Be cautious of application review by Ken on 1/9/2015
Large size anchor tube is over-sized (deeper) to the hole saw. A forstner bit creates a closer fit. BUT, neither hole saw nor standard forstner bit drills deep enough to match the tube length. So if the wood post is any harder than cedar, you will not be able to drive the anchor all the way into the post. * You'll have to follow the directions and use a large hammer like the video shows