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Re: MISC.: Hardy Panel 24" - Anchor Installation

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Bill,

Contact Ray Yu, your local Hardy Wall consultant.  800-772-5351,
916-676-1900.

Rich

On Sat, 13 Nov 2004 10:59:22 -0600 Bill Polhemus <bill(--nospam--at)polhemus.cc>
writes:
> Hi, folks.
> 
> I have no prior experience with the Hardy Panel/Hardy Frame product, 
> but 
> they appear to be ideal for a funky CFS framed sign support I'm 
> doing 
> for a car dealership down on the Texas Gulf Coast. The sign isn't 
> all 
> THAT high, but it's on the channel side, smack in the middle of Wind 
> 
> Category "D" territory and 130 mph 3-Second Gust. Big push, needless 
> to say.
> 
> I note that the 24" Hardy Panel has provision for a middle "shear" 
> bolt. 
> From the HF details, it looks like this middle bolt might typically 
> be a 
> "normal" sill plate anchor, but the hole provided in the base of the 
> 
> Panel is a 2" slot, same size as for the big "hold-down" bolts. Am I 
> 
> correct in assuming I should put another anchor bolt/rod right 
> there, 
> same size as the two "hold-down" bolts? Or am I looking at this 
> wrong? 
> It woudn't be the first time.
> 
> Regards.
> 
> 
> 
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