Sea-Dog Heavy Duty Brass Ring Pulls are designed for heavy hatches, larger doors, cabinets, or anywhere a large strong ring pull is needed. Available in polished brass or chrome over brass for a traditional look. Square styled base is flush fitting. Ring inside diameter is 1-1/8 inches. Use #8 fasteners (not included).
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What weight are the rings rated to handle?
We used this ring for a lightweight application on a small hatch door. It should probably not be used on a door larger than 1' x 2'.
So sorry; our use doesn't require a great deal of weight, only to keep canvas taught on a large boat.
Sorry, I don't know the official design rating, but my application is for tie-downs for a pool cover. We have a wooden deck surrounding the pool and they work well. Remember, they are brass, so if you have a heavy duty application you may want to use conventional steel cleats.
what type of hole is needed and how deep ? or is it mortise and also how deep . thanks
Due to a mistake on my part in shipping information, they were shipped today so I haven't actualy seen them. I have used this type of ring pull other times and they usually require a circular hole the diameter of the recessed portion (half round) and then the flange covers over on the surface. The hole can usually be made with a speed (spade) bit. Years ago we used a brace and bit with a little elbow grease. You can also mortise the entire ring pull if you like to make the flange flush with the surface. That will then take two different size bits. Drill the larger one first and then the smaller one keeping the centers in line. Good Luck!
mortised, but if soft wood longer screws needed. need to round out the hole with a cone shaped rasp on a drill to fit the cup shaped bottom of the ring pull.
G M BUTCHER
It requires a round mortise 1 1/4" diameter by 1/2" deep, such as would be cut by a 1 1/4" bit & brace or a spade drill.
It requires a little bit of work but what I did was drill a 1/8" pilot hole and then took a 2" forstner down 1/8". There is a hinge and for that I used a 5/8" forstner to drill down another 1/4" (I lined up the edge of the bit against the top edge of the 2" bore) for that allowance. The last step was to drill a 1 1/4" bore down 1/2" from the original surface of he wood (or 3/8" from the bottom of the 2" bore). It should seat perfectly and won't take a lot of time if you have the bits.
Made a big difference in appearance
ring pulls for drawers
looks great on high gloss cabinets as cabinet drawer and door pulls
Nice piece of hardware
I use these as tie-down points on deck for my canvas. Conveniently out of the way when not in use. Strong enough to keep the canvas in place even in windy weather.