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Exclusive SPAX assortments available while supplies last!
For a limited time only, order exclusive SPAX assortments from McFeely's. SPAX screws are made in Germany and have the ability to be used in multiple types of materials. The yellow zinc assortment includes flat head, combo drive, yellow zinc plated screws in the sizes and quantities listed below.
SPAX combines a fully-threaded shank with a patented serration pattern, a patented head style called the MULTIhead, which countersinks the head flush with most materials, and a patented point called the 4CUT ™ which eliminates pre-drilling and splitting because of its square end which divides wood fibers.
That combination of the 4CUT ™ point and serrated thread is effective enough to eliminate pre-drilling unless you’re driving into either masonry or sheet metal better than 24 gauge. SPAX ® have the German building code approval.
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By Jim Remodel
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about SPAX Yellow Zinc Flat Head Screw Assortment:
simply the best screws, period.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I will buy this product again.
from Rotonda West, FL
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I haven't had a chance to use them yet but service from McFeely's as always was great.
I would buy this again,
from Bordentown N.J.
About Me Professional
Many diferent uses, as long as its weatherproof.
Consider me a repeat customer for SPAX
from Central Indiana
Great screws for building jigs and fixtures for my woodworking projects. I am impressed with the pitch and design of the lead in threads on the SPAX screws. As quality fasteners become more and more difficult to find, I have found SPAX to be the product I plan to use from now on.
Good quality scre assortment
About Me Beginner
[...]Appear to be good quality screws - only time will tell how they hold up. Each screw size came in a plastic box of its own.They seem to be sharp and by drilling just a smaller pilot hole, I was able to screw them into wood studs easily. I am using the longer 12-3 screws for shelving and so far it is holding good. Standard drill bits work fine and hold well without slipping.The price is right, but only if one intends to use most of these screws. In that sense, there could have been lesser priced assortments with lesser number of screws which I could not find anywhere.Also, assortment could have included more of the longer screws. Would also have been nice to have a starter kit with wood and machine screws - could not find such an assortment at a reasonable price.