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hassall147
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October

@pats6182, Unfortunately, I'm waiting for Bunnings to re-open to the public before I can source hardware, but will go with threaded studs and a chemi ...

hassall147
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October

@MitchellMc, It might well come to that !

hassall147
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October

I'm not really a big fan of MDF in applications that might be exposed to moisture. I'd also be reluctant to buy a whole panel given that I only requir ...

hassall147
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October

With lock-down now easing, I've chased this up with my local Bunnings (Hastings). Apparently they have a docking saw, and a panel saw, but they can't ...

hassall147
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October

That's exactly my problem. The holes are going to be much closer to the edge of the slab than I would like, so I will definitely follow your advice. M ...

hassall147
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October

Thanks for your prompt reply. Much appreciated. I'll let you know how I go.

hassall147
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Hello. I'm building a carport. I need to mount galvanised post supports (stirrups) on a brittle concrete slab. Normal procedure would be to use Dynabo ...

hassall147
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July

Thanks Eric. I'll keep you posted.

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Noyade
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October

Regards drilling (rotary hammer/SDS) close to the edge of concrete.What do you guys think is "too" close? I did this around 12 years ago. Both 10mm co ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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October

@Noyade, Here are the specifications from Ramset on minimum edge spacing. Using Ankascrews or chemical adhesives over Dynabolts gives more flexibili ...

JDE
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October

Hassal147There are heaps of products just for this. Mark your holes, drill out with a masonry bit. Clean out the holes fill with epoxy eg Ramset ultra ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 replies
July

Hello @hassall147 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. Thank you for joining us and sharing your question about removing your tap handle. ...

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hassall147
Junior Contributor
October

@pats6182, Unfortunately, I'm waiting for Bunnings to re-open to the public before I can source hardware, but will go with threaded studs and a chemi ...

hassall147
Junior Contributor
3 replies
October

I'm not really a big fan of MDF in applications that might be exposed to moisture. I'd also be reluctant to buy a whole panel given that I only requir ...

hassall147
Junior Contributor
6 replies
October

With lock-down now easing, I've chased this up with my local Bunnings (Hastings). Apparently they have a docking saw, and a panel saw, but they can't ...

hassall147
Junior Contributor
5 replies
October

That's exactly my problem. The holes are going to be much closer to the edge of the slab than I would like, so I will definitely follow your advice. M ...

hassall147
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7 replies
October

Thanks for your prompt reply. Much appreciated. I'll let you know how I go.

hassall147
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July

Thanks Eric. I'll keep you posted.

hassall147
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July

Thanks for your prompt reply. Much appreciated. I didn't realise that Bunnings will cut to size. That's great.

hassall147
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July

Eric ! ... It worked !! You are a lifesaver. Thank you very much for your prompt reply. Very much appreciated. 

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