No-Co-Rode screws have significantly more plating on them than most other "corrosion resistant" screws, and that’s the way we want it. The extra thickness increases fastener life considerably. However, because of production variables, the coating is sometimes thick enough to affect driver bit fit. We would rather go a little overboard than under plate the screws and shorten the fastener life. "No-Co-Rode" Drivers have slightly undersized tips and fit the plated recess of a NO-Co-Rode screw perfectly.
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Used McFeely's screws and driver bits
By Charles / tobacco man (retired 96)
from Sulphur Prrings, Texas
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 6 Pack #2 x 4'' Ball Detent ''Undersized'' No-Co-Rode Driver Bits:
The SCREWS are great, I have never had one to break(snap) with me while installing into OAK lumber, or other lumber even while using my Kregg jig for pocket holes or otherwise. I think they are at least a grade or two above the rest.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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a bit pricey ,but they work well
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a must have for the no-corodes.
I bought a Kreg pocket hole kit and was using stainless steel screws. The kreg driver bit was stripping a number of the stainless screws. I grabbed one of these bits which I had from building a deck and not a single stripped screw.Great on the deck screws too!
from So. California
Not much to say, just a good working driver bit.