One-hole Hooks, those that need only a single column of Pegboard holes, might be a an ideal fixturing system for threaded fasteners such as these turnbuckles, eyebolts and such. They could be packed shoulder-to-shoulder for the smallest gauges and gradually spread apart one or two columns as size increased. Or one-hole hooks could be staggered just a bit vertically creating two parallel rows to more tightly integrate large gauge fasteners. Here the tightest spacing with regular hooks is on 3- and 4-hole centers.
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SEARCH “One-hole” Hooks for food for thought. These fixtures are available in a range of length, gauges and backplate styles as Two-Piece Straight Entry Pegboard Scanning Hooks. ***