What color is the TIMBER-LOC?

The TIMBER-LOC is Blue Type II anodized color.  You can learn more about Timber-Loc by going here

What material is the TIMBER-LOC made from?

The TIMBER-LOCK is made out of T6061 aluminum which is what many bow risers are made from.

What is the thickness of most mannikin backer boards?

Most mannikin backer boards are between the thickness of 1/2″ to 3/4″.

What is the size of the TIMBER-LOC mounting plate for the TCO-2 & TCO-3?

The TIMBER-LOC is 4″x4″x5/8″.

What will I need to mount the mannikin backer board?

3.5″ hole saw, drill cordless or electric, 1/8″ drill bit, standard and phillips screwdriver.

Where should I mount the TCO-2 TIMBER-LOC Mounting Plate?

Measure down from the top of the mannikin backer board about 1.5″ to 3″ and make a mark for the top of the mounting plate. Locate the left and right center of the mannikin backer board and mark center. Turn mounting plate over and trace around the mounting plate on the mannikin backer board and mark center of traced area for the 3.5″ hole saw cut. If you want to make it easy to hang all your mounts at the same height, use the same measurement on the mannikin backer board for every mounting plate. This process is very simple and takes less than 30 seconds to complete. I have a video showing how easy this is to do.  If your mount has a strong neck turn to the left or right try to mount the plate to the balance the turn.

Which way does the wall bracket go on the wall?

The small side of the wall bracket goes against the wall with the larger side facing out. The 45 degree angle will angle back to the wall so the mounting plate will slip over the top of the wall bracket and wedge into place. See the behind the scene video of the TIMBER-LOC in action.

Can the TIMBER-LOC be used on a wall pedestal mount?

I am currently working on a mount for the wall pedestal.  At this time you can use it but it still may require an additional screw at the bottom of the mannikin backer board to keep it from turning.  I am working on eliminating the need for the bottom screw.  I will keep everyone updated on this process.

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