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Now there is a Stainless Steel screw that is ideal for attaching plywood or solid wood decking to the metal frames used in truck trailers. In addition to the self-drill tip, wings protrude from the shank and cut a clearance hole in the wood. When the wings hit the metal decking, they fold right up. Nibs on the underside of the head allow the screw to self-countersink. These have a #3 self drilling point which when used with light gauge steel is designed for a total metal thickness of .110" to .210". Head diameter: 0.450" Made of Type 410 (magnetic) Stainless Steel. Taiwan.
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Not as advertised
from Ladysmith, WI
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Comments about 10-24 x 1-7/16 Self-Drilling Metal Screws, Stainless Steel, Wafer Head, Phillips Drive:
I ordered this product to attach 3/4" plywood decking to my trailer. It was advertised for this thickness, but I found it was way too short and only engaged one thread when set.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Mounted OSB as interior walls
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Used to hang 7/16" OSB onto steel girts as interior walls in steel building ... works well ... requires serious strength to penetrate girts.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Great price on a great product!
By Kim's Adventures
from Peoria, IL
These worked great for fastening new plywood subfloor in my vintage trailer restoration. Very easy to drill through the plywood right into the steel frame and very secure.
Worked just as advertised!!!
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By Bob M
from North Scituate, R.I.
This is a very nice screw for attaching wood to thin steel. Screws were strong and did not strip out in either the thread nor the philips head. Sank perefectly falt into hard plywood. Good size "washer" head. Would be nice if Mcfeely listed head dia. and the "machine" threaded length. 3/4" is about the max. wood thickness for the 1 7/16" screw. I did break a few Dewalt bits installing.