The fischer Difference
Would you buy a premium super cab bakkie only to undermine its performance by fitting it with inappropriate tyres? Looks are deceiving and just like one tyre type is different to another, grades of steel used in a stud versus a metal bar are not the same.
Buying a fischer chemical fixing, only to use it in conjunction with a low-grade steel, such as a metal bar with a grading of 4.8, is like driving your bakkie onto a site with 17” low-profile tyres.
Don’t underestimate the importance of using the correct grade of steel when opting for a chemical anchor. fischer has studs’ of 5.4 and 8.8 steel grades, boasting a much higher load bearing capability than others.
The process of spinning all studs through a high-speed drum to remove any excess oil, also ensures that once it has been fischer Fixed, it won’t budge.
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