are they end panels or unit ends ??
yes i would expect them to be end panels but you never know ??
i do flooring to under plinth and 10mm clear to...
you must cut front to back so the breakout is at the back
with a downcut jigsaw blade it cuts on the down stroke
just think "the tooth must cut...
one thing you can do is have a chunky pin with a loop on top for the padlock
have a "C" shaped bracket for the chain to go into and the pin to...
also make sure both haves are fully supported[ minimum 2 full width supports each side] and level otherwise you can get the blade binding or...
Without looking at it there is no way off telling
i would assume thin metal welded or pinned to a frame at the joining points so i would say no...
Assuming its a long flat brush have a look and see iff any felt 'plastic or other pads that may space it off the floor may be missing causing more...
havent got a clue really
but iff the brush is set low for a smooth floor it can dig into carpet ??
i think john d will be referring to the fact the end at the head only has the purpose off pulling the the work together
the grip will be the...
ahh ok had in my head you where trying to use the old frame but its frame to opening you are filling :rolleyes:
perhaps a longer screw to stick through the bottom assuming the base is thick enough and wont just split??
what is the actual profile off the joist??
if you insert a screw into one off those "T" clamp bits what sticks out is it all thread and no shaft ??
we need the joist it goes into and grips rather than what it is securing thanks
a 6mm screw hole is very big so you need the biggest plug probably...
so do the screws pass through a dividing partition in the profile or just throught the say 3mm thick surface ??
is it hollow ??
if so it needs a different attack method
if solid but composite then try say red plugs knocked in first
Assuming the main point off contact is the sides then 8" infills wont be solid enough in my eyes with i assume shoot bolts but just an opinion ?...
as an aside what have you used to drive them in??
its possible using an impact is the wrong tool as it can strip the grip off the thread
i think its this system
so not the usual repair
how deep are the joists
do you have a link to the system used iff its a non wood system ??
knock through wood
are these proper decking screws that have been used
how deep are the joists
are we talking cosmetic or structural ??
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