I have to chuckle at some of the answers. Those folks looking for optimum or premimum holding power seem to forget that you are bolting down a piece of wood. Even a simple to use quick bolt would be more than adequate for a 2x4 or 2x6 bottom plate. Why use a 6,000 lb rated fastener on wood that can only withstand 1200 lbs of force?? Take a look at a garage or house that has been damaged by a storm or hit by an automobile and it is ALWAYS the wood that gives way no matter what kind of fastener was used. And you want to use a Good hammer drill. Rent one if need be. None of this stuff with a 1/2' drill and hardware store grade bit. Arrrgh! I lay the wood down and drill right through it into the concrete. Perfect placement every time. 3/8" bit and 3/8" quick bolts. Takes less than half a minute to drill each hole.
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