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Old 08-07-2012, 04:57 PM   #1
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beat way to screw transition to concrete floor, track n/a, real wood...thanks


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What type are you using?
The ones made by the same companys that make the flooring most often include plastic anchors, and use a metal stip that gets attached first.
Just use a masony bit and drill a hole with a hammer drill, vaccum out the hole and insert the anchor.

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thanks, my trans. strip is 3/4 oak & not desighned for track. I guess that dowel & screws is my only choice w/ dowel buttons. Thanks
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