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We are now offering hollow wall anchors / toggle bolts. Our toggle bolts offer a much more decorative look than a shiny galvanized screw. These toggle bolts are quite strong a 1/8" toggle can safely hold 30 lbs on 1/2" drywall and a 3/8" toggle over 50 lbs. That is, as long as the drywall's integrity has not been compromised, the wallboard will fail before the toggle.


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HMB-01 Pyramid Slotted Head Toggle Bolt

#8-32 x 2" Pyramid Slotted Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece)
1/4" Drill Size

Base Price: $1.05
HMB-09 1/4" Hex Head Toggle Bolt

1/4" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
3/4" Drill Size

Base Price: $2.66
HMB-09 3/8" Hex Head Toggle Bolt

3/8" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
7/8" Drill Size

Base Price: $4.93
HMB-09 5/16" Hex Head Toggle Bolt

5/16" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
7/8" Drill Size

Base Price: $3.87
HMB-10 1/4" Rustic Square Head Toggle Bolt

1/4" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
3/4" Drill Size

Base Price: $2.66
HMB-10 3/8" Rustic Square Head Toggle Bolt

3/8" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
7/8" Drill Size

Base Price: $4.93
HMB-10 5/16" Rustic Square Head Toggle Bolt

5/16" Hex Head Molly Bolt Anchor (2-piece) in 2", 2 1/2" or 3"
7/8" Drill Size

Base Price: $3.87
   
 

How to Install:

  • First push the machine bolt through the object to be fastened, then spin the toggle onto the bolt.
  • Thread the toggle far enough that the bolt extends far enough through the body of the toggle to keep the toggle from turning sideways, otherwise, the toggle may not open properly in the wall.
  • Raise the object into position and push the toggle(s) through the pre-drilled hole(s) until you hear or feel the toggle snap open.
  • Then pull back on the object or the bolt to keep the wings from spinning while you tighten the screw.
  • Once the toggle is almost tight, check the position of the object and then fully tighten the toggle. (You will need to position them as they are tightened. This can be a pain when using two toggles, an easier option is to use a toggle in one hole to supply strength and a plastic expansion anchor in the second hole to get the correct position.
  • Don't over tighten the toggle in drywall or you might either break the toggle or break the wall.