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I have found inlaying them slightly does several things, if fitting tightly to the base of the brackets, it looks great and second, it provides a tiny bit of more support overcoming the slight slop of the screw through the bracket, and lastly, it also allows you to add epoxy under the bracket attaching the bracket to the base.

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Yes I went today because my wife wanted to go shopping and we needed a new propane cylinder for the grille.No Forstner bits came in 9/16 in the store but I did find an Irwin spade bit in the correct size.I will try it on a piece of scrap to see if it will work.If not I will order the bitt online and wait until it arrives.

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