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Everbilt 5/16 in. x 5-1/2 in. Zinc Hex Bolt (25-Piece per Pack)
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Everbilt

5/16 in. x 5-1/2 in. Zinc Hex Bolt (25-Piece per Pack)

$12.98 /each

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These hex bolts have hexagonal heads and are for general purpose applications with a socket type installation tool or standard wrench. The standard bolt is compatible with standard nuts and washers of the same thread pitch, grade, and finish. An alternative for using hex bolts without nuts is to place them directly into a compatible female threaded receptacle. They require a pre drilled hole or pre-tapped hole with compatible female thread. Available in various materials, grades, and finishes.

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  • 25-pieces per pack
  • Steel construction
  • Zinc-plated
  • 5/16-18 in. x 5-1/2 in.
  • Coarse thread
  • Head code BGG

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Can it be used for deck railings?

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June 30, 2015
I purchased the Barrette Post Install Kit and in the instructions, it says to use 5/16" grade 5 bolts. Are these grade 8 bolts comparable for installing my deck railing? My deck is 8 ft above ground. I know that grade 8 has a higher tensile strength and a higher shear strength than grade 5. So, I would think these would be better than the grade 5. But, I wanted to verify. Also, is zinc plated good for outdoor deck use?
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This particular hex bolt is a Grade 2, not a Grade 8. If the manufacturer of the installation kit specified a Grade 5 bolt, I would purchase what they recommend. For outdoor application, galvanized hex bolts would be better than zinc plated.
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