Titan 6x6 Post Anchor - All Hardware Included Package - w/ All Galvanized Fasteners
SKU # TIPR661G
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It's North America's favorite wood post anchor... for a lot reasons.
Now you can build a wood railing system on virtually any Surface, Fast, and Easy that Looks Better, Lasts Longer and is residential Code Compliant!
Use with 4x4 wood posts on wood or composite decks, stairs, patios, concrete or any other hard surfaces.
- Guard rails, support posts, gazebos or pergolas
- Composite post sleeves/skirts fit right over
- Fence posts on concrete
You're going to love it.
- No notching decking
- No complicated carpentry, framing or hardware
- Posts are higher and drier for longer life
Attention: The 8 deck screws provided are for wood or composite surfaces, not concrete. Please use either Tapcon or GRK concrete screws, sold separately
|Color/Coating||Black powder coat over hot dip zinc|
|Material||Formed/Welded sheet steel|
|Post Size||5.5” to 6" (140mm to 152mm)|
|Dimensions||Base: 5/8” H x 7.5” W x 7.5” L (16mm x 190mm x190mm)
Tube: 1.75"h x 4.75" dia (121mm x 44mm)
Inner holes: 0.50" dia, 3" o.c. (76mm)
Outer holes: 0.31" dia, 3.25" o.c. (83mm)
|Fasteners||For residential engineering guidelines use (4) 3/8”x5 hex head lag screws, minimum (6) #14x3 or 1/4x3” deck screws or hex head lag screws.
Includes: (4) 3/8"x5" lag screws, (8) 1/4x3" galvanized lag screws
|Recommended Uses & Code Compliance||Residential deck railing 36”-42” high, pergola or gazebo posts, support posts.
Maximum post spacing: 6' for 36" 4x4 posts; 4' for 42" 4x4 posts; 8' for 36" 6x6 posts; 6' for 42" 6x6 posts. See Engineering Reports for horizontal, compression and tension loads.
|Composite Decking||Works with composite post sleeves and post base skirts. Post anchor base fits easily under all makes of composite post base skirts except Latitudes.
With Latitudes post base skirt use knife blade to trim inside tabs for fit over post anchor.
|Recommended Wood Species||For best performance and ease of installation use with species ranging from cedar, spruce, redwood, pine, hem-fir with moisture content (m.c.) of 12%-20%. To comply with residential engineering guidelines, do not use any species with specific gravity (density) less than the lowest of the above recommended species.|
|Other Species||Douglas fir – ensure cutting edge of tube is sharp and m.c. not less than 12%. Otherwise, install as if hardwood.|
|Hardwoods||Requires hole saw and forstner bit installation technique as tube can not be impaled into wood easily. See How To Guide.|
|Pre-Drilling||For best performance it is recommended to pre-drill lag screw holes. See How To Guide.|
|Concrete Surfaces||Use minimum of 4 GRK Caliburn or Tapcon 1/4" screws at least 2-1/4" long.
Download the full size installation Guide here. Or view a smaller version below:
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For concrete installations use our Concrete Screws
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Featured positive reviews:
I purchased 3 pieces of the 6x6 post anchor to mount posts to a new construction deck, opting for the galvanized fastener package. I expected, based on the installation video, that mounting the anchor to a PT 6x6 would be a little bit of work but manageable based on the instructions and install video. It was anything but! I used a normal 1.75" depth hole saw with a single cut, choosing to not remove the waste material and drill to a deeper depth. Drill used was a Milwaukee 1/2" hammer drill and Rigid hole saw. Easy to drill - placed Titan anchor on hole and with no more than 6 or 7 hits using a 3# mallet the anchor was set. I had concerns about alignment, as well - orientation or twist of the post relative to the anchor. Laying the assembly on a concrete floor and just a light tap on the side that was high squared everything up nicely. The application was a little different, in that I was mounting atop deck boards, and placement was over an I-Beam, so lag screws were not an o