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DeckPac 875 1-7/8 in. ProTech Coated Trimhead Deck Screws with Marksman Pro and Driver Bit

$89.95 /pail

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The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System works on treated lumber, hardwood, cedar, composite or PVC duckboards. CAMO Hidden Fasteners, a CAMO Marksman tool, and CAMO Driver Bits combine to deliver a fastener-free deck surface at a price that makes getting the job easy and installing the deck even easier. The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System is engineered to work exclusively together, using other branded tools, fasteners or bits will impair performance and not produce the desired results.

  • CAMO DeckPac includes everything you need for a 250 sq. ft. deck: 875 1-7/8 in. protect coated trim head hidden fasteners, 1 CAMO marksman pro tool and 2 CAMO driver bits
  • Marksman pro tool features automatic 3/16 in. spacing
  • 3/16 in. spacing is ideal for installing composite, cap stock or PVC decking
  • Fits any 5-1/4 in. to 5-3/4 in. deckboards
  • Patent-pending CAMO marksman pro positions CAMO hidden fasteners for side-angle entry to the deck board to create a fastener-free deck surface
  • ProTech coated 1500 hour salt spray
  • Dual screw guides fasten both sides of the deck board with single tool placement
  • Unique trim head design provides a less visible point of entry
  • Reverse rake tip removes deck material as it bores, allowing the screw to penetrate the board without splitting
  • An aggressive lower thread pattern provides superior holding power while the reverse upper thread pulls the board tight to the joist

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Any tests done on shear stresses and recommendations for areas with large temp swings?

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I've read several reviews where the screws sheared, usually in areas where there were large temperature swings. Since I live near Cincinnati with 100deg summers and sub-freezing winters, I'm concerned about the fasteners failing. Has Camo run extended tests under these conditions and come up with recommendations or alternative procedures? Otherwise, I'm looking forward to using the Camo System.
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Thank you for your question! It's a good one. CAMO Edge Fastening has been extensively tested for uplift and thermal expansion/contraction by a third party lab, Architectural Testing Inc. in York, PA. We are certain CAMO will perform exceedingly well in conditions such as yours. Much of our field testing is conducted right at our corporate headquarters in Grand Rapids, MI where like Cincinnati, temps Read More
Thank you for your question! It's a good one. CAMO Edge Fastening has been extensively tested for uplift and thermal expansion/contraction by a third party lab, Architectural Testing Inc. in York, PA. We are certain CAMO will perform exceedingly well in conditions such as yours. Much of our field testing is conducted right at our corporate headquarters in Grand Rapids, MI where like Cincinnati, temps range from 90 degrees+ in the summer, to below 0 in the winter. CAMO Edge Fastening has been in the marketplace for 5 years now with great results. That being said, board movement in the exterior environment is always a factor for deck builders and can vary greatly depending on the type of decking material being installed. Fasteners also can vary in performance depending on size and alloy. As a best practice with CAMO Edge Fastening, stainless steel is always recommended. Our 316 Stainless Steel CAMO Screws have the ability to flex with the board movement more than carbon steel screws, thus allowing the deck board (specifically synthetic decking) to grow with heat and shrink with cold to a greater degree, and return without shearing. There are also recommended deck building practices that will help avoid excessive board movement if followed.
• Make sure the underside of the deck has plenty of ventilation from the sides. Enclosing a deck and not allowing for cross ventilation will cause moisture and heat build-up that may cause excessive linear board movement (synthetics) and cupping and warping (wood products).
• Fasten sufficiently according to CAMO installation instructions: This means two screws at every joist and at least 1" back from the board ends. This will mean that you should sister in a joist at each butt joint to allow for proper fastener spacing. This is a common recommendation in deck board manufacturer installation instruction.
Hopefully this information helps. Feel free to call 800-968-6245 and speak with a CAMO Product Specialist directly if you have additional questions. Thanks for using CAMO!
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do you need to pre drill for hardwoods?

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It is not required that you pre-drill when using the CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System. However, when installing hardwood decking with Stainless Steel CAMO Hidden Fasteners, pre-drilling is recommended. Pre-drill Instructions are provided in all CAMO Marksman Tool Installation Instructions or can be found on camofasteners.com. There is also an Installation video on the CAMO Fasteners YouTube page titled Read More
It is not required that you pre-drill when using the CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System. However, when installing hardwood decking with Stainless Steel CAMO Hidden Fasteners, pre-drilling is recommended. Pre-drill Instructions are provided in all CAMO Marksman Tool Installation Instructions or can be found on camofasteners.com. There is also an Installation video on the CAMO Fasteners YouTube page titled "CAMO Hidden Fasteners - Hardwood" that will walk you through key points to remember when using CAMO to install hardwoods. The video also shows the best way to pre-drill hardwoods when using CAMO.
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What about 30 degree angled board?

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Does the tool need to be set twice for each board (in line)?
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Yes, when using CAMO to install your deck boards at a 30 degree angle, the CAMO Marksman Pro Tool will need to be set twice on the board for each joist. With the board set at an angle, it will intersect each joist at two different points. You will need to position your tool over the deck board at each point where the joist and the deck board intersect. For additional information regarding this process, Read More
Yes, when using CAMO to install your deck boards at a 30 degree angle, the CAMO Marksman Pro Tool will need to be set twice on the board for each joist. With the board set at an angle, it will intersect each joist at two different points. You will need to position your tool over the deck board at each point where the joist and the deck board intersect. For additional information regarding this process, please view the CAMO Marksman Pro Tool installation instructions where how to use CAMO to install your deck boards on a 45 degree angle is discussed - the process with CAMO will be the same whether it is a 30 degree or 45 degree angle installation. You can also visit camofasteners.com or our CAMO Fasteners YouTube page for a step by step video showing the process.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by These work pretty well these screws are unique and do a good job. They do not tear up the wood, and if you do it right, are far enough down the side of the piece that they are hardly noticeable. But, during the install of a 15x20 deck with PT pine, one of the two T25 long shank bits stripped. You need to be careful. The second one is showing a lot of wear too. Both levers on the guide broke off, they are not made for any kind of stress. You still need to use standard screws when up against a wall, or for an over hanging edge. However, it did the job and I would recommend this type of screw system. May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Screws are not robust and break/shear off The CAMO system works great. The problem is that the CAMO screws will shear off and break during temperature swings. Did my large deck last summer and the outcome look great! Fast and easy, used the tool for consistent lines all with hidden fasteners. 7 months later I've noticed some of my boards are loose, and the broken screws that I could back out had sheared off at the interface between the decking and the PT structure underneath, which means the screws could not handle the shear stress of the expansion and contraction forces. Unfortunately many of the snapped screws just spin in the decking when I try to remove them and they're stuck and cannot be removed. I had installed the PT supports at 12"oc and screwed both sides with the CAMO screws (using this tool) at each joist. Now I'm looking at possibly replacing ALL the screws. If I instead wait for them to fail individually, the screw head may not be removable and I'll be left with having to fasten another way. I would not recommend these for regions where large temperature swings may occur because the expansion and contraction forces are too much for these #7 screws. While these screws are not overpriced and the system will save you time, think twice about the repercussions of using inferior screws that you may regret later. April 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great deck tool Very easy to use and the price was the best that I could find. My 11 year old grandson was able to help with the install. Went very quickly and looks great. Much easier and cheaper than the hidden fastners August 5, 2014
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