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Model FMTLOK08-12

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#14 8 in. External Hex Flange Hex-Head Wood Screws (12-Pack)

$13.98 /each

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The FastenMaster TimberLok #14 x 8 in. Coarse Steel Hex-Head Heavy-Duty Wood Screws (12-Pack) feature sharp points and aggressive threads that help penetrate dense woods without pre-drilling and provide strong shear values.

  • Use for various wood-to-wood projects including deck framing, fencing and post-to-beam connections
  • Ideal for replacing galvanized spikes in raised flower beds, landscaping and retaining walls
  • Steel construction
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Tapered heads countersink easily into wood
  • Sharp points and aggressive threads help penetrate dense woods without pre-drilling and provide strong shear values
  • Heads stamped for easy code inspection
  • 5/16 in. hex driver bit included
  • IBC/IRC ESR #1078 code compliant
  • ACQ approved
  • Made in USA

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is this screw equivalent to sds screw like simpson strong tie sds screw?

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How long is the threaded portion of the screw before the smooth part?

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The entire screw is not threaded, how long is the threaded section vs how long is the non-threaded section
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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Product! Fast & Easy! I bought a box of 6-inch and a box of 8-inch screws to build some heavy-duty benches for the fire pit area I'm constructing--using 6" x 6" and 4" x 6" pressure-treated lumber. Using the Timberlok screws saved me A LOT of time and energy over my initial plan to use lag screws to attach the pieces together. Using lag screws, I'd have to pre-drill all the holes to depth and then ratchet them in. With the Timberlok screws, I just had to use the bit included with each box to screw them in (after countersinking for the screw heads). Despite the thickness and density of the pressure-treated wood, the Timberlok screws went in pretty easily. I used the 8-inch screws to attach the 4" x 6"s to the 6" x 6"s (a triangle of three at each end) and the 6-inch screws to attach the 4" x 6"s to each other (two at each end and two in the middle). Then I capped the tops of the benches with deck boards. I attached each of the 6" x 6" bases together with Heavy Duty Liquid Nail and two 10" galvanized spikes--although I could've easily used 8-inch Timberlok screws to make the connections. (I didn't happen on the Timberlok screws until the bases were already done.) I was able to assemble all four benches on a Sunday afternoon--and they are very solid and sturdy--and seriously heavy. Bench is four-feet wide; seat is one-foot deep and 20-inches high; base is two-feet deep. March 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by timberlock screws work great on thick wood I used these screws to build wood and rigid plastic sand barrier walls on top of an existing seawall and the screws got very tight in the old wood. November 19, 2011
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