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Anchors & Screws for Hollow-Core Doors Pkg/5

  • Anchors & Screws for Hollow-Core Doors
  • Anchors & Screws for Hollow-Core Doors
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Anchors & Screws for Hollow-Core Doors Pkg/5
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Elfa thought of everything to make installing your Door & Wall Rack System simple.
Elfa Installation & Assembly Guide

  • #2 Phillips head
  • We recommend our 1/4" Brad Point Drill Bit (sold separately)
SKU#:

10023062

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What is the approximate load limit (in lbs) for these anchors/screws?

Asked by: Riverald
The weight limit for each of our Anchors & Screws for Hollow-Core Doors is 11 pounds (5 kilos).
Answered by: psb87
Date published: 2018-10-06

How long are the anchors and screws?

I would like to mount the rack to a cabinet door, and I am not sure if it is thick enough.
Asked by: S1234
These anchors and screws are 1-3/4" long. They are designed to mount an elfa Mounted Standard to a traditional 1-3/8" thick door. The top 1/2" of the plastic anchor is concealed behind the elfa Mounted Standard and does not pierce the door.
Answered by: lgmorris
Date published: 2016-10-27

is there a way to order the bolt as 2 1/2"

is there a way to order the bolt as 2 1/2", I had to put a 1" board behind part of the top plate and the bolt falls short of the anchor threads
Asked by: bchaplin1
We are unable to offer custom sizes but you may want to purchase our wood screws. See product link below.
Answered by: mbdefreitas
Date published: 2014-10-20

Can you use these screws without the anchor if you have a solid wood door?

Asked by: RickyNY
Correct. When going into a solid door, you would use just the screws. If you are going into a hollow core door, you would use the anchors.
Answered by: chuckm
Date published: 2016-12-29

What size drill bit would you use for installation with just the screws (solid door)?

I can’t find a 1/10” drill bit as the package would indicate.
Asked by: Lou19
You need to use a Phillips Head screwdriver for the screws. For a solid door, using the anchors is not needed.
Answered by: Hcordray
Date published: 2019-02-25
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