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Old Yesterday, 07:57 AM   #11
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Since I had "lag" bolts and not threaded/machine bolts, I guess my 2010 was before the change to the T-nuts. Good to know about that change. Thanks!
Mine is a 2009 and it has "Lag bolts". I think that it also has those "T-nuts". It really felt like they were screwing into steel and there was no hint of wood on the threads. The T-nuts could certainly be designed for lag bolts.
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Mine is a 2009 and it has "Lag bolts". I think that it also has those "T-nuts". It really felt like they were screwing into steel and there was no hint of wood on the threads. The T-nuts could certainly be designed for lag bolts.
My lag bolts had wood fiber on them. I don't ever recall seeing t-nuts designed for actual lag bolts. But...that by no means prove they do not exist. Always learning something new.

Thanks for the input...appreciated!
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