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    I'd be tempted to go a bit longer. I think of the total 3 7/8 length, you've got only about an inch and a quarter or maybe an inch and a half of thread on those. Personally, I'd be looking for something with more thread.

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    I'd say nope, get something that will go into wall studs at least 2" if not more

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    "...in Florida, she felt air conditioning for the first time, and it was cold and unnatural upon her skin."
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    3/8 by 4" eye bolts. Stud is 3", dry wall 1/2".
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    You don't need eye bolts, been using 3/8" hooks for over a year now. im over 350lbs. so much easier just to throw the adjustable ends of a whoopy over a hook

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hefty Hanger View Post
    You don't need eye bolts, been using 3/8" hooks for over a year now. im over 350lbs. so much easier just to throw the adjustable ends of a whoopy over a hook
    That will work too.
    "...in Florida, she felt air conditioning for the first time, and it was cold and unnatural upon her skin."
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    http://www.atweather.org
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