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  • Wood Newel Post Fastening System Kit
  • Suretite Wood Newel Post Fastening System Kit
  • How to install newel post
  • Installing suretite
  • Suretite fastening system
  • Newel Post Fastening
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Wood Newel Post Mounting Kit

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    S-9403-SURETITE Wood Newel Post Fastening System / Sure Tite Newel Post Anchor Kit  

    The Sure-Tite Newel Post Fastening System is the most secure method for mounting stair newel posts to finished floors. This newel mounting system has become the most widely used newel post fastener among stair professionals. With the Sure-Tite™, a newel post can be installed securely in as little as ten minutes. It will not loosen over time and it can be installed directly over any finished floor. As a convenience to our customers, we package the kit with both oak and hemlock plugs. 

    • 11" Newel anchor kit with Oak and Maple plugs
    • Connects newel posts to floors or treads
    • Fully concealable
    • Uses floor joists for support
    • Installs in as little as 10 minutes
    • Needs no mortising or coping
    • Will not loosen over time
    • Extra long hardware for strength
    • Exceeds stair code strength requirement
    • Kit contains: 11" lag bolt, 1 curved washer, 1 nut, 1 1/2" oak and maple tapered plugs
    • Durable construction
    • Heavy duty Metal 
    • Use with carpet, wood floors, tile floors, concrete floors

    Caution: It is critical that the newel is attached securely in order for the staircase to comply with local building codes. Consult your local building code for specific requirements. 


    Tools Needed: 3/8”, 5/8” and 1 1/2” dia. spade drill bits, and 3/4” box-end wrench and/or ratchet with 3/4” socket.

    1. Locate and mark the center of the newel post location on the floor. Using a 5/8” spade bit, drill a hole at your center mark ONLY as deep as any landing tread or finished floor surface. Now using a 3/8” dia. bit, extend the hole into adequate bracing to a depth of approximately 5”. 

    2. Lock two hex-nuts together on the machine threads of the bolt. Screw the lag end of the bolt into the hole using a ratchet or drill and socket. Plumb the lag bolt by bending it as necessary. Remove the hex-nuts. 

    3. Cut the newel post to length. Drill a 1 1/2” dia. access hole into the side of the newel 4" to 5” from the bottom. Center the hole left to right. Drill the hole to a depth that is 1” from the backside of the post. CAUTION! DO NOT DRILL THE 1 1/2” HOLE THROUGH THE POST.

    4. Drill a 5/8” dia. hole up the center of the newel post 5” deep to meet the access hole. Slide the newel post over the lag bolt. Using the 1 1/2” dia. access hole, place the washer and hex-nut on the machine threads of the bolt and tighten.

    5. Make the newel post plumb by sanding or trimming the bottom of the post to the needed angle. Reinstall the post over the lag bolt and tighten. Retighten the hex-nut with extra torque.

    6. Apply wood glue to the inside edge of the access hole. Tap the wooden plug in with the tapered edge facing in, until the plug is almost flush with the face of the newel. Let dry and sand flush

    If you need additional assistance or have any questions, please contact our sales team at (844) 424-0112 or email us: sales@stainlessstairparts.com 

    We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our stair products, installation or help you place an order.

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    1. Great product and wonderful service!  star rating

      Posted by Unknown on Nov 12th 2019

      I intended to pickup the parts, but was pleasantly surprised when I received an emailing stating the parts had been mailed! I received them the following day! Will definitely purchase from here again!

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