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Item 630106
Model WDC24013

HIGHPOINT - 8 x 1-1/2" Round Washer Head Screws Black Oxide 100 pc

$8.49

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Round Washer head screws have a raised pan head with an integral washer formed during the heading process. This large bearing surface prevents the screw from being over-driven and makes them...

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Round Washer head screws have a raised pan head with an integral washer formed during the heading process. This large bearing surface prevents the screw from being over-driven and makes them perfect for fastening almost any type of mounting bracket. You’ll find these indispensible around the home and shop for mounting pictures, cabinets and fixtures on walls, jig building and even table top attachment. Deep thread design holds well in both hard and soft woods and our Extra Torque (XT) configuration means these hardened steel screws are suitable for demanding applications. Black Oxide plating offers moderate corrosion resistance and offers a distinctive visual appeal. Not to be confused with their specialized offspring, the pocket hole screw, these screws will have a standard thread length (1” and under- full thread; over 1” - 2/3 thread). #2 Square Drive.

Features:

  • Black Oxide plating
  • Round Washer head screws
  • #2 Square Drive
  • Extra Torque (XT) configuration
  • Hardened Steel

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    Solid Fastener

    I’ve been using these for about twelve years and only had about three shear off when using my impact driver. I do drill the recommended size pilot hole but only for hardwoods. If I’m paranoid about one shearing off in a situation whereby it would be impossible to repair, I drill a pilot AND use screw wax. They don’t have the cutting tip that similar black screws have from other suppliers but as woodworkers we should all endeavor to remove some wood with a pilot hole to avoid it splitting around the screw over time.

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