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Truss Head Square Drive screws are flat under the head to provide maximum bearing area and have a lower profile than pan heads. Use them when you don’t want the screw head to sink into the wood.#6 Truss Heads use deep threads Clear Zinc Plating. Made in USA /Canada/Taiwan. #2 Combo Recess.
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Terrific for mounting drawer hardware
By Sunny 1
from Cookeville, Tennessee
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
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Comments about 6 x 1/2 Wood Screws, Zinc Plated Steel, Truss Head, Combo Drive:
Installing drawer guides is awkward at best, but when the phillips screws that come with the hardware fall off the bit it borders on impossible. The square drive solves that.
Service and delivery comments:
Your $1 delivery (quick!) has me convinced that driving to the local lumber yard or hardware store is a terrible waste of time and gasoline.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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EASY TO USE BECAUSE OF TRUSS HEAD AND SHARPNESS OF SCREWS
Just what I needed!
from Austin, TX.
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I could not find these at any of the hardware stores in my town... I needed them to attach the blumotion locking devices to the bottom of drawerboxes, they were perfect. They also worked very well for attaching mounting brackets to cabinet deck.
from Hendersonville, NC
These screws are fine. It would be better if McFeelys carried the number 8 size (in 1/2 inch) in addition to the #6. The manufacturer of the drawer slides I'm using recommends a #8. The #6 will work, but you can see where a #8 would be a better choice.
I use these all the time
from Seabrook, NH
Comments about #6 x 1/2'' #2 Combo Truss Head Zinc Screws:
I use these all the time to attach the tops and bottoms of Lazy Susan's to the mechanisms I use. They are perfect for that application.