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#32655 - 12/30/03 11:44 PM Anchoring to old stone walls  
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Anyone have any good ideas for anchoring to old stone foundation walls with crumbly mortar joints?
I saw a guy pound 6" or so long pieces of 1/2" copper pipe into the joints and use an expansion anchor into the pipe.
Any other ideas?


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#32656 - 12/31/03 12:50 AM Re: Anchoring to old stone walls  
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As budgets permit, there are some very creative masonry-anchoring components available, like http://www.us.hilti.com/holus/modules/prcat/prca_navigation.jsp?OID=-12093



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