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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 material thickness of .110" to .210". Use 2" Screws for 5/4 (1" nominal) decking and 2-1/2" Screws for 2X (1-1/2" nominal) decking. Threads are 24 per inch.Made of Type 410 (magnetic) Stainless Steel. Taiwan.
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Flooring on boat dock
from Oklahoma City, OK
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 12-24 x 2 Self-Drilling Metal Screws, Stainless Steel, Flat Head, Square Drive:
I use this product to secure 3/4inch treated plywood to a boat doct. The square drive makes it easier to get through the steel frame. If the plywood starts warping the wood can pull ower the head fairly easy.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Easy Trailer Re-Decking Anchor
from Phoenix, AZ.
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about #12-24 x 2'' Flat Head 410 Stainless Steel Trailer Decking Screws:
I took the old decking off the trailer, and needed an easy way to reanchor the decking. These screw made the project easy and much less time was needed.
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Just what I needed
By hippie engineer
from Hartwell, GA
I used these screws to attach 1" thick deck boards to the steel frame of an outdoor bench. They provide an attractive, clean and rust-free appearance, and install completely flush with the surface.