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    Pylex Commercial 66 Foundation Screw

    Model # 10730|Store SKU # 1001017964

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    Overview

    Model # 10730 Store SKU # 1001017964

    To be used with 5-in x 5-in square post . Supports loads up to 5,000 lb., 4,781 lb. of pull-off force and 1,641 lb. of side thrust. It's an excellent and cost-effective replacement to concrete sonotubes. Buried more than 42 in in the ground, below freezing depth. Resistant, sturdy and easy to install. Baked powder coating finish provides excellent resistance to rust.

    1. Can support up to 5,000 pounds
    1. Resist heaving
    1. Resist sinking
    1. No concrete needed
    1. Easy to install
    1. Durable baked powder coating finish

    Specifications

    Dimensions

    Assembled Depth (in inches)
    6
    Assembled Height (in inches)
    56
    Assembled Weight (in lbs)
    23.50
    Assembled Width (in inches)
    6
    Packaged Depth (in inches)
    6
    Packaged Height (in inches)
    56
    Packaged Weight (In lbs)
    23.5
    Packaged Width (in inches)
    6

    Details

    Country of Origin
    CN-China

    Warranty / Certifications

    5-year satisfaction warranty, For more information please visit www.pylex.com
    Commercial 66 Foundation ScrewPhoto of productTo be used with 5-in x 5-in square post . Supports loads up to 5,000 lb., 4,781 lb. of pull-off force and 1,641 lb. of side thrust. It's an excellent and cost-effective replacement to concrete sonotubes. Buried more than 42 in in the ground, below freezing depth. Resistant, sturdy and easy to install. Baked powder coating finish provides excellent resistance to rust.
    Pylex
    1001017964
    CAD72.29
    The Home Depot Canada
    Commercial 66 Foundation Screw is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 11.
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Eazy Peazy if your soak the soil first Really liked that galvanized bolts were included. Nice!
    Date published: 2019-09-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 16x16 Pavillion Excellent product. Easy to use. Used for a 16x16 pavillion
    Date published: 2019-06-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from L'épreuve du temps nous dira! Il faut quand même creuser un minimum de 2 pieds et souhaiter ne pas rencontrer de grosses roches au dessous! J'en ai fait l'installation cet automne (4), c'est au printemps prochain que je serai en mesure de constater si c'est vraiment bon (gel et dégel). Ces pieux sont bien conçus et plus faciles à installer que des sonotubes de béton.
    Date published: 2018-12-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heavy duty, great product I used this for foundation footings for a cedar pergola on my existing patio. Only had to remove 4, 8"x8" sections of interlock an screw them in using a 2x6 12' long. These things are solid, way better and cleaner than sonotubes and mixing concrete.
    Date published: 2018-01-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Foundation I bought two of these to install a trellis that was pre-built from 6" x 6" posts. I have used hammer in posts in the past and the clay content in my area causes them to lift when the frost freezes the ground. I had some challenges screwing in these post holder due to the wall and surrounding gardens. The other issue I had was the top part of the bracket started to bend as I got the screw deeper into the ground. I installed the two bolts to limit the bending. When the second bracket had about 1 foot left to go, it wouldn't budge and only twisted and felt like the bracket would break. I soaked the ground with water for about 15 minutes and then using a 10' post I was able to screw it in the last few turns. The end result was good, as shown in the picture below.
    Date published: 2017-08-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic I used these for a fence I bought 28 of them and while they are not easy to put in (you need to dig approx.2ft and get larger rocks out the way) it sure beats digging a hole, using sono tubes, mixing the concrete, pouring concrete, and then waiting a day for it to set. Your posts never touch the ground so there can be no rot. You can level them with the bolts after the post goes in so if the Pylex doesn't go into the ground level its no big deal. They look very nice as well, color is black which it doesn't show from the pic. The way they bite in I am confident they are stronger than concrete which can heave with frost (I can say say that because my old post with concrete popped out of the ground like butter with my farm jack, I tried to use the farm jack on one of these and it just started bending the jack. I would use them again 100%.... expensive but if you factor in your time mixing concrete I would say it is a time/money saver. I have never written a review previously but felt I needed to with this product as even the people at home depot couldn't tell me if they were good for what I needed to do, they are not good they are excellent!
    Date published: 2017-07-11
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    I have a 16’ x20’ shed with a second story under a gambrel roof. Beams are along 20’ side. Can I use the screws to support the beams. If so, what spacing.

    Asked by: Peter
    Hello Sir, No problem to use our screw piles so support an shed, we do recommand to use one pile every 4' under the bearings walls and one piles every 8 feet else where. Do not hesitate to contact us for any further informations. Email : info@pylex.com Phone : 800-264-1881 Thanks
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2019-09-19

    Can this be used for a 6 foot fence? And if the frost line us 5 feet?

    Asked by: Will
    Yes it will work but you should make sure that there isn't a lot of rocks in the ground .
    Answered by: U G R
    Date published: 2019-08-22

    Can I use this to build a 12'x12' pergola with four 6x6x10' posts? I will be attaching two (big) kid swings on one side of the pergola.

    Asked by: PeteK68
    Yes. I have a 6x6 supporting a roof which takes about 4 feet of snow and ice and that's about 2000 lbs. Only thing I suggest is that you compact the ground before using it.
    Answered by: Matty
    Date published: 2019-05-07

    Hi, I have a 10 x 10 wood deck that moved and separated from the house. The concrete blocks moved because of the frosting and thawing ground. Which pylex should i use between the 66 and the 55 ajustable?

    Asked by: Myly
    Hello, the 10555 (adjustable pylex screw) will be fine, http://pylex.com/content/dt/10555DT.pdf http://pylex.com/content/Guides/10555_guide.pdf Both product 10730 (66) and the 10555 (55 adjustable) will get below the frost line. If your ground is not compact enough, you can use extension 24 inch 10571 with the 10555 to get it lower and find a ground more compact.
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2019-01-18

    I want to use this for a 5 foot retaining wall anchor. This is for a graded driveway down into my basement level garage. Tallest part of the wall would be 5 feet ending at 1 ft about 70 feet long. Can they also be used as a dead man on a 45 deg angle?

    Asked by: Scooter
    Hello Sir, These screw piles has an 800 lbs of lateral bearing capacity, depending of the weight that will be applied to your wall ( which has to be determined by an engineer ) you will be able to use these or not. Anything else, please let me know. Thanks
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2019-03-12

    Hi, we are planning to install a 12' x 14' Cedar gazebo on our brand new interlock patio, would this product suitable our gazebo which has 6 in. x 9 in. posts? and is it easy to install?

    Asked by: JB13
    Hello, The commercial Pylex 66 is the best solution / product for your gazebo 6x6 post. Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2018-07-17

    im looking to put a pergola over my deck and extend it over the pond but the post need to be 10-12 feet over the pond to give me 8ft above the deck can i use these or do i need to concrete them in

    Asked by: geordie
    Hello Sir, The Commercial Pylex 66 piles are design to be used in load bearing capacity and lateral load as well, which means that no problems to have 10-12 feet high over the pond. For your project, the Commercial Pylex 66 is more appropriate then the regular Pylex. Anything else, please let me know. Thanks
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2018-06-12

    I need to replace rotten post under a 30x13 one story house extension. Can I use these piles/screws? If so, do you have documentation to help me determine how many I will need to support the beam?

    Asked by: tweaked911
    Hello Sir, We do recommand to use one piles every 4 feet under the bearings wall and one every 8 feet else where. You can also send an email to : info@pylex.com, we will provided further assistance if needed, Anything else, please let us know. Thanks
    Answered by: Pylex Customer Services
    Date published: 2018-05-18
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