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  • #31
    Zinc bolts ok if they're not used with pressure treated mud sills? Got some older sills made of old growth douglas fir and redwood.

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    • #32
      They do make galvy Titens, fwiw.

      kevin
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      • #33
        Originally posted by tomthetoolman40 View Post
        Larry...those are allowed even tho they're zinc?

        *Titen HD. I wasn't aware there was a zinc version.
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        • #34
          I didn't spend time searching this is what I saw when I googled it: http://www.fastenersplus.com/brands/...FYJmfgodxsgOPw
          Tom

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          • #35
            Thanks Tom. I thought "HD" meant it was the mechanical galvy version but it looks like they're both "HD".
            The Simpson book shows the mechanical galvy bolts have "MG" on the end of the part #.
            My yard only carries the mechanical galvanized bolts, hence my ignorance. :)
            “This was a mission that was started before I got here. This was something they wanted to do,” he said. “They came to me, they explained what they wanted to do ― the generals ― who are very respected, my generals are the most respected that we’ve had in many decades, I believe. And they lost Ryan."
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