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1 3/8" Lumber Lock Screws, Box of 50

Article #67495232 Model #LL915R50 Format #9x1-3/8"xPK50
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1 3/8" Lumber Lock Screws, Box of 50

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Description

These Mitek gold-coated lumber lock screws have a high load capacity and are authorized substitute for hanger nails. These #9 structural connector screws are 1 3/8 long and are sold by box of 50.

Product specifications

Utilization
Building Materials
Component
Steel
Color
Gold
Diameter
9
Length
1 3/8"
Packaging
50 per pack
Thread Type
Lock

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1 3/8" Lumber Lock Screws, Box of 50 is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from heads snap off had 32 holes in 4 hangers. Screws worked okay on 24 of 32 holes. In 8 holes kept snapping at start of smooth shank. Material was treated pine no knots. Instructions on hangers say to fill every nail hole. Had a heck of a time getting nails in with broken screw in wood under hanger. Stick with hanger nails. If SCREWS shear of before head even contacts hanger I don't trust them to handle structural loads.
Date published: 2014-05-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Break These screws tend to break when encountering knots in wood or interference with metal brackets. The screws are hard but not tough. They broke even with partial piloted holes. They were more expensive then SS screws and good deck screws.
Date published: 2015-11-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Good idea, terrible implementation You will regret it if you buy these screws. Not only are these pricey, they are poorly made. The coating pools in the torx head so it is difficult to get a good bite....then the head strips. The torx size is too small (non-standard) and I don't think a bit was included in the box (I could be wrong about this). When the work they're fine, but the failure rate is high and getting them out once the head strips requires pliers. There idea is great, but this is a poor implementation.....I used hangar nails instead and will stick with then.
Date published: 2017-07-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Thought the head would not be as thick as it was. Wanted a more flush mount torx, but the head was thicker than pictured.... Other than that, the screws are a nice color and seemingly operate within specifications.
Date published: 2013-12-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Quality screw with a Square driver I found this screw to be the best size for putting a screw into a 2x? sized board to secure the fasteners to the board. I'm speaking about Simpson Strong-Tie and the like at Lowes, Home Depot, Etc. However I found that the heads sometimes stripped, even though it's a square head drive. Since they don't provide the exact bit, like the Torx wood screws, I can't give them a higher rating. I was mainly impressed with the length provided, as this prevented the screw from poking out the other side (into my hand) and since it had far less taper than other screws I expect it to hold well, but I'd hate to try and get one out. One thing to note, I didn't break any heads, which I have done with my higher end screws from Lowe's, especially as they heat up going in (and sometimes out) I'd likely use these again.
Date published: 2014-12-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice but Very convenient, a little pricy for every day use. They seem to strip out fairly easily, the shank needs 1/4" of length and/or a better bit to the thread.
Date published: 2013-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Would Not Grab Tried these on our new front steps. They would not grab when screwed into the wood. Had to go buy galvanized screws.
Date published: 2013-09-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for pocket hole joinery I can only give 4 stars because 3 out of the box of 50 busted where the threads end at the shoulder, and not even under high torque, but in hardwood. I expect that out of normal pocket hole screws, but not out of "structural" screws, and in fact I break at least 20% of the #1 brand of pocket screws in hardwoods. Also, the stock image is not correct, it shows a shoulder at the top of the threads and at the head, there is no shoulder at the head - see attached image for comparison vs standard pocket hole screw (middle screw) and head design.. Despite the added cost of these screws, I MUCH prefer these to standard pocket hole screws for joining via pocket holes. Slightly larger head diameter & flatter head design acts more like a washer, and keeps the screws from pulling through softer woods as easily as the major brand pocket hole screws. The shoulder and rounded over edges on the standard screws acts as a wedge to allow the screw to pull through softer woods when joining. The Torx-drive is the deal maker for me, as I've never stripped a Torx-drive unless the bit is worn out, but square drives strip all the time, even with brand new bits. Gold Coat really holds up for outdoor projects where the standard pocket hole screws can rust. Just wish they made them in a #10 size for added strength when joining hard woods.
Date published: 2015-08-15
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