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These Phillips machine screws are perfect for mounting drawer pulls and other hardware items that do not require
significant strength. The shank of this #8-32 truss head machine screw is scored at 3/4", 1", 1-1/4", and 1-1/2" so the unneeded length is easily broken off, leaving a clean thread. Made in Taiwan.
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from Fresno, CA
About Me Professional
Comments about 8-32 x 1-3/4 Machine Screws, Zinc Plated Steel, Truss Head, Phillips Drive:
I use these for cabinet repairs and remodeling and found they always fit and work perfectly. Cutting each screw to length slows the production and I would rather have a supply of five different lengths. However, on service calls I've never been caught without a correctly sized screw on hand and not been able to complete the job.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Yakima, WA.
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Great to be able to find long screws for false front drawers.
good value-nice to have on hand
By mr. snooty
from saginaw, mi.
will use on draw fronts of varing thickness
Sometimes "common" just won't do!
By Ms. I'd-Rather-Do-It-Myself
from Columbia, MD
What a time-saver! Putting hardware on my new kitchen cabinets was an easy job until I got to the drawers and needed 1 3/4" screws. These were the perfect length to keep me from having to spend time in my cold garage clamping 2" screws in a vise and hacksawing 1/4" off the ends (not one of my favorite jobs).
Somethimes short is just too short
By Hammerin Hank
from Albany, New York
These screws are hard to find in any big box lumber store or even local hardware stores. Since you can customize the screw length without cutting with saw or ruining the the threads, they are great time savers and they eliminate unnecessary angst! Keep a dozen or two handy for almost any job where doors or cabinets are involved.