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Structural screws, 40% off, various sizes

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Nice, may pick some up.

What I really need is some 4" pan head screws, hard to find them on sale though.
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Awesome.

I'm going to pick up a pack of 6" just to have on hand. Any other sizes that would be useful?
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I don't see any percentage off. Is it marked at all?
Got that Zoomer plan finally!
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postingaway wrote: I don't see any percentage off. Is it marked at all?
If you click on the link it shows reduced to $14.99.
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How do these differ from a deck screw? Looks almost identical other than the length.
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KiraSensei wrote: How do these differ from a deck screw? Looks almost identical other than the length.
Deck screws hold down. These hold horizontally.
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KiraSensei wrote: How do these differ from a deck screw? Looks almost identical other than the length.
These don't take regular driver bits. You will need the correct size of Torx head (T40).
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Are these good for securing your door hinges?
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RCGA wrote: Deck screws hold down. These hold horizontally.
Inno wrote: These don't take regular driver bits. You will the correct size of Torx head (T40).
Now if i was building a small structure like a shed, could I technically use deck screws?
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Are these good for screwing down fence planks being horizontal.
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Might need to change locations to get deal.

Might be regional? Showing $24.99 in BC with my local store selected.
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Reason: changed to a different local store can see the new price.
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runeash wrote: Are these good for screwing down fence planks being horizontal.
Yes, but using these for vertical fence planks would be overkill.
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Ajax location seems to be onsale for me... $9.67 a pack. Man i know carrying an framing impact air is annoying but close to a buck a screw is pretty ridiculous.
bizzyseller wrote: 3" Structural Screws here. But don't seem to be on sale.

https://www.homehardware.ca/en/12-pack- ... /p/2110847

Want to buy some to have on hand. I have been erroneously using 3" deck screws for horizontal applications.
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RCGA wrote: Deck screws hold down. These hold horizontally.
That would explain why these didn't hold down my offset umbrella into my wooden deck (with reinforced wood blocks below it).
I ended up using a long thread and nuts and bolts to hold it down properly.
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runeash wrote: Are these good for screwing down fence planks being horizontal.
Overkill.
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girthier 1/4" grk rss screws are cheaper or equivalent in price on amazon. even from homehardware(oos though)
dassub wrote: That would explain why these didn't hold down my offset umbrella into my wooden deck (with reinforced wood blocks below it).
I ended up using a long thread and nuts and bolts to hold it down properly.
Should try using bolt&nut if you have easy access underneath.
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drunkgoat wrote: Are these good for securing your door hinges?
Overkill and too big.
KiraSensei wrote: Now if i was building a small structure like a shed, could I technically use deck screws?
You can use these for a shed, but deck screws would suffice for most shed applications.

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