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When it's time to convert that spare bedroom, forgotten basement, or unused garage into your own personal climbing gym, you'll need a bunch of nuts. Good thing Metolius offers this 100-count T-Nut Bag to secure your array of holds to the those wooden walls that you've just spent hours assembling.

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They go alright

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

The t-nuts vary ever so slightly in diameter in comparison to the nuts included in the metolius mega pack, which caused a few small headaches and blowouts in my plywood. Also, the metal has fairly poor integrity, the teeth like to bend, and snap.

Luh Dem T-Nuts

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Just got a bag o' these nuts to help my buddy build a climbing wall in his garage and have been quite satisfied. These t-nuts are very easy to use and I find that once they are in the hole they don't like to come out, thanks to their 4-prong design.

A T-Nut is not a T-Nut

    If you have had to replace a fair amount of t-nuts you know there is a difference. I would rather replace a 4 prong t-nut over a screw in any day.

    i agree that 4 prongs are easier to replace. i would also say that screw-ins installed correctly need to be replaced less often. and when it comes to discussions of functionality, they all hold 3/8s inch bolts. you can buy 4 prong t nuts for more than 50% less than "name brand" metolius.

    Price Varies Widely

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    The price for 3/8-16 t-nuts varies widely. This price is the second best I've found; you can find them cheaper on Amazon. A couple of local hardware stores had cheap t-nuts for all sizes except 3/8-16. Very strange.



    When installing, I've found that using a bolt to pull them into place instead is a better method than pounding them with a hammer from the back side of the wall. So far, I haven't had any spinners or crooked t-nuts.

    these are t-nuts

      nice review title, right? there's really not much to say about these. i used about 400-500 of them on my home wall and they all work just fine. the only thing i would say is that unless you spend a TON of time when you're initially putting them in, you're going to have a few that come out kinda crooked. just take a long bolt and carefully thread it in then pull on it real hard a few times. that will reseat the nut in the wall and allow you to easily screw on your hold. so far i've had no problems with these whatsoever.

      Confused, is there 25 or 100 in the bag?...

      Confused, is there 25 or 100 in the bag? There are two different figures in the description and when you go to check out...