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If you work with fiberglass, manmade stone, composites, fiber cement board, or light gauge steel studs, you are really going to appreciate these screws when you need corrosion resistance. Until now, the only screws available had Phillips recesses, which forced a choice between corrosion resistance and drivability. Well, there is no need to settle anymore. These have a #2 self drilling point which when used with light gauge steel is designed for a total material thickness of .035 to .100. In softer materials like fiberglass the material thickness can be ignored. Made in Taiwan.
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Comments about 10 x 1 Self-DrillIing Screws, Stainless Steel, Pan Head, Square Drive:
Purchased 500 of these self-drilling screws to join 25 gauge metal studs. Had to pre-drill over 50% because of burrs on cutting edge of screw. Another 5% of those that self-drilled had poor threads and would not secure studs. The Quality and Assurance Department of company that produces these needs to wake up and check their product.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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