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Dayton Audio DSS2-BC Black Chrome Speaker Spike Set 4 Pcs.
I have a pair of Polk Audio Rti 12 towers. I need new spikes. Will the thread pattern on these spikes match the threads on my speakers? I don't know how to remove the factory threaded holes, so I'm hoping the thread on these spikes matches the speaker'.
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Date published: 2015-07-22
Mounting without screwing in possible?
Seems like there are some rubber pads in the picture, but it's not listed on the "what you get" list so I can't confirm that that is what they are. Also, there picture doesn't show a spike without the threaded section in it either. But I want to stick the spikes onto some smaller bookshelf speakers without actually having to drill into the cabinet.I just want to confirm that those are double sided rubber adhesive pads I can use to attach the spikes to my speakers.Thanks.
The threaded stud is one-piece milled as the spike part. There are little rubbery foam pads to go under the discs. I used a 15/32" drill for the raw hole for the insert nuts, about 3/8" deep so as to not penetrate my 1/2" thick material.I suppose, you COULD cut/grind off the threaded stud and glue or blu-tack the now flat-topped spikes to your speaker...
Date published: 2012-02-06
Threaded rod is M16, but what thread pitch?
The thread on the spikes is 6mm (not 16mm), standard 1.0 pitch.
Date published: 2012-04-21
Is the stud 1/4 - 20 tread size?
The threads on our speaker spikes are M6, not 1/4-20.
Date published: 2013-04-12