Wall Plugs, it came with:
~ 10mm wall plugs (Adequate enough)
~ 2 self tapping screws (Approx 6mm diameter)
I replaced the self tapping screws with COACH SCREWS so I can get the torque without rounding the head of the screws.
PHOTO of COACH SCREW (Sold by ScrewFix Direct)
My wall is as most rooms, brickwork then plastered over.
However the top wall plug was seated in just cement (Between two bricks). How could I tell, you may ask, because it was far too easy to drill with the correct masonery drill bit, and the dust wasn't red (Brick dust is red), it was beige and dark, so just from cement.
So I drilled the mtb bracket top plate with another hole (Metal drill bit 6mm approx, the coach screw head is larger then 6mm) below the original hole, and drilled another 10mm diameter hole in the wall, fitted a 10mm wall plug, and secured that in with another 6mm coach screw.
So to conclude 3x 6mm diameter coach screws, with 3x 10mm wall plugs, holding the MTB bracket in place.
Giant Trance x1 ~ 2008