Another Speed Rail Fitting Question
I am using 1 1/4 inch pipe and Speed Rail Fittings. For the corners pieces, I was always told you can drill another hole and bolt them on. I received my Speed Rail fittings today and when I look at the L fittings, I can not see how there is room to drill another hole opposite the existing set screw hole - and certainly not enough space for a bolt head or nut. Even if I somewhat off-set the new hole, I can't see anyway to place a bolt on the other end of the fitting.
In other words, If you drilled holes on the other side of the existing set screw hole there is no room for a bolt head or nut - for even one bolt - and certainly no room for a bolt.
The only way I can envision using a bolt with the corner L pieces would be to "screw" a longer bolt into the existing set screw hole, drill one side of the pipe and then run the long bolt trough the one hole in the pipe until it hits the "inside" of the other end of the pipe and then to hope it stays. However, I was hoping for a complete pass through bolt with nut.
I've heard so many folks talk about throwing in a bolt on each pipe going into the corner L fitting that without actually seeing a fitting, I just assumed it was possible - but have no idea at all how this can be accomplished. Anybody actually done this on 1 1/4 Speed Rail corner L fittings and how was it accomplished. Many thanks.