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Put a bead of weld on them.
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Tim wrote:

Good idea but use epoxy not polyester - much stronger bond.
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Tim wrote:

Not that I know of but if you pick up a Rawl fastner catalog, you'll find that their strongest method for fastening to concrete is threaded rod epoxied into a drilled hole. In general, polyester is not known for high bond strengths. Ted
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Fast & Dirty:
Get a lag & cut off the head Get a tamper proof lug nut set from NAPA Weld nuts to lags
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And lo, it came about, that on Fri, 12 Sep 2003 04:15:10 GMT in

    Don't forget Safety Razors. Gillete gave them away - the money was in the blades.
    And the first serious toothpick manufacturer sent a "shill" round to restaurants to eat dinner, and then make a small scene about having something stuck in his teeth and "no toothpicks?".
    And let us not forget that it was the printing press which created a problem it could solve (illiteracy wasn't a "problem" when books were the equivalent of $20,000 - and up.).
    Don't sell the steak, sell the sizzle.
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