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You’ll be amazed at the difference an auger point makes on a Square Drive stainless steel screw! These auger point 305 stainless steel screws are great for use with pressure treated wood, or premium materials like Redwood and Western Red Cedar because they are truly self drilling. Passivated type 305 stainless steel provides even more corrosion resistance than the usual type 304 stainless steel (a bit of extra nickel really helps). Avoid any potential for splits: be sure to test or pre-drill when you install at the end of a board. Pilot holes may be required in some applications. Note the non-standard screw head diameters (.344). Made in Taiwan.
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from Sarasota, Florida
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Comments about 8 x 2 Self-Drilling Wood Screws, Stainless Steel, Flat Head, Square Drive:
Excellent product but your order form is less than user-friendly. If I look up the product number(s) I want to order, why not be able to enter those item numbers/quantity instead of searching through your listings?
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Too pretty to hide
from Lebanon, NJ
I used these on exterior porch tongue and groove flooring. They will never go away and will outlast the porch.
Excellent Screws for outdoor projects
By SawDust Bob
from Plano, TX
Great for building outdoor furniture, and outdoor repairs around the house.
Does the Job very well
from Carson City, NV
I do a lot of woodworking and these are someof my most reliable pieces used. I can alwayscount on them to hold fast, drill quickly andeasy to use.
would not by again
from Seattle area
doesn't matter whether I have my drill/driver on low or high torque setting. as the screw bites deep and the square drive bit pops out a little the screw head is dead...easily striped. then I can't even back it out unless I use a vise grip pliers.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend