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Old 04-10-2014, 07:45 PM   #11
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Slide the tank away from the wall and then fasten the conduit on. Before I trusted drywall anchors, I would find a stud, if you are going the wall hanging route.

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I used the auger-type drywall anchors rated at 79 pounds each to hang my LEDs. I have two with eyebolts in the ceiling for my IT2080 (Photon 32) over my 75 and two each in plant hangers in the wall for my 165W (D120) over my 40. (The same hangers used to hold a Current USA 150W HQI fixture.) I think Toggler is the brand name.

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