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I am trying to determine the name of a piece of specialty hardware. It consist of a screw at one end and a bolt at the other. You screw the hardware into a piece of wood and then you leave the bolt extended to attach something to the wood using a nut. I need to find some, but I do not know what is the correct name.

Thanks for any help.

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Michael,

Its called a hanger bolt

Don

     I believe they  are  called water  closet bolts  used for  mounting  toilet  stools to the floor

These are often referred to as hanger bolts.

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Commonly used with top/leg mounting plates

Waddell Angle Top Hardware Plate, 2752A

And corner leg / apron brackets

Surface Mount Corner Brackets for Table Aprons, 4 pack

Bonus round - the fastener that has the coarse threads on both ends is known as a dowel screw

Grip Fast® 5/16"-18 x 3" Zinc Coarse Thread Dowel Screw - 2 Count

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