- These brackets come with a wall bracket screw/hanger bolt to attach to the wall, and an M6 bolt to attach to a handrail
- Brackets should be installed at a maximum spacing of 4’
- Handheld drill
- 4mm hex wrench
- 2.5mm hex wrench
- M6x1.00 Ta
- Wall Bracket Screw
- Wall Flange
- Internal Sleeve
- Main Assembly
- 2.5 mm Hex Screw
- M6 Bolt
Part 1: Install the Wall Bracket
- Begin with the wall flange and wall bracket screw (hanger bolt); thread the fine M8 threads (#1) into the flat side of the flange (#2) until finger tight
- Using a stud-finder, locate a stud and the vertical point off the nose of the step at which you would like to install your grab bar. Drill using a 3/16” drill bit. Drive the assembled screw & flange in your hole and secure by using a 13mm wrench (NOTE: You may instead use a nut driver and drill)
- Secure either the round or flat saddle onto the vertical column by tightening the connection bolt with a 4mm wrench
Back out 1-2 threads of the pointed hex screw using a 2.5mm allen wrench near the round hole, and position the vertical assembly at the desired height. Secure with 2.5mm allen wrench.
- Drive the assembled screw and flange into the hole and secure the lag end of the stud using a 4mm hex wrench.
- Position the main assembly onto the mounted wall flange at the desired orientation and tighten the small hex screw with a 2.5mm wrench. Note: This bracket only tightens when fastened to the wall.
- To connect to Inline Design steel tubes, insert the M6 bolt through the vertical portion of the main assembly
Note: If affixing to a wooden handrail, customers will need to purchase lag screw to replace M6 bolt
Part 2: Attach to Handrail
NOTE: A small amount of surface corrosion is not uncommon after some exposure to weather or salty conditions; we recommend using our passivation solution or a stainless steel polish to prevent surface corrosion; more information available on our Engineering Specs Page