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FastenMaster 6 in. TimberLok Coarse Steel Hex-Head Heavy-Duty Wood Screws (50-Pack)


6 in. TimberLok Coarse Steel Hex-Head Heavy-Duty Wood Screws (50-Pack)

  • Penetrates dense lumber with no pre-drilling needed
  • Great for deck framing, fencing, landscape walls and more
  • Faster, easier and stronger than 3/8 in. lag screws
$3346 /each

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Save time, money and labor costs! TimberLoks sharp point and aggressive threads penetrate the densest woods without pre-drilling and provide stronger shear values than 3/8 in. galvanized lag screws. TimberLoks unique countersinking head design is perfect for your next wood-to-wood project whether it be deck framing, fencing, or any post to beam connections. It's also perfect for replacing galvanized spikes in raised flower beds, landscaping, or retaining walls. No need to predrill and sledge a spike. TimberLok just zips right in! 6 in. TimberLoks can also be used as a code compliant replacement for hurricane ties in rafter to top place and truss to top plate applications. Simply drive the 6 in. TimberLok at a 22-1/2 degree angle below the double top plate up into the center of the rafter. This can be done when over or between wall studs. The fastener head will countersink to secure the rafter to the double top plate. Please refer to FastenMasters website for application specific information regarding this connection.

  • Nationally code compliant. IBC/IRC ESR #1078
  • Head stamped for easy code inspection
  • Unique tapered head countersinks easily into wood
  • Guaranteed corrosion resistance for the life of the project. ACQ approved
  • Varity of lengths, from 2-1/2 to 10 in., to match every application
  • Free 5/16 in. hex driver bit in every box
  • American made

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Customer Questions & Answers

can you attach these with a cordless impact driver

Asked by: rusticbuilder
yes we do all the time with our cordless sears 19.2 drill
Answered by: HCLAWN
Date published: 2017-06-19

What is the proper technique if I have to go through Stucco before I get to the house's wood stru...

What is the proper technique if I have to go through Stucco before I get to the house's wood structure?
Asked by: DIYDog
I have never worked with stucco but I will guess anyway. First, find the stud and verify with a thin drill bit. Second, I think it may be best to drill a pilot hole through the stucco only with a bit that is the same diameter as the screw shaft to avoid damage to the stucco. Please see Web sources and practice on scrap pieces. Also, if you want the top of the screw heads to be flush with the stucco surface then you may instead choose screws with tapered heads. I prefer square drive for better grip.
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2017-05-30

Can I buy just 40 pieces of Store # SKU#344816 ?

Can I buy just 40 pieces of Store # SKU#344816 ?
Asked by: bolts
Hi bolts, we do offer a '6 in. TimberLok Coarse Steel Hex-Head Heavy-Duty Wood Screws (50-Pack)' option on that may suit your needs. Please review the item details, specifications and files on the item's product page to see if it will work for your purposes. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2016-12-02

Can these be used with PT Lumber that recommends hot dip galvanized fasteners ?

Can these be used with PT Lumber that recommends hot dip galvanized fasteners ?
Asked by: KnuckleheadMcGee
Yes they are guaranteed for that. I recently disassembled a structure I built a couple of years ago using these and not one of 100+ screws broke and they look re-usable. HD galvanized spikes on parts of the structure required extreme measures although in fairness most of those were 10+ years old. These are a wonderful product although I wish there was better information on driving tools.
Answered by: Treehouse
Date published: 2017-02-17
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Customer Reviews

6 in. TimberLok Coarse Steel Hex-Head Heavy-Duty Wood Screws (50-Pack) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stuff! Fast & Easy Timesaver! 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.
Date published: 2016-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't be beat. Timber lock screws are awesome. I built and entire post and beam frame using them. They can't be beat!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Timberloc Rocks This is the way to go instead of lugnuts and other wood screws
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for building with pressure treated posts and heavy lumber I used these to build a bench that needed to hold 300+ pounds. Using 4 x 4 pressure treated posts and 2 x 12 pressure treated lumber, I had the bench complete in less than 30 minutes. I was impressed with the ease at which I was able to install a 6 inch screw with no wood splitting whatsoever. The last time I built something out of pressure treated posts, I assembled a rack to hold a half cord of firewood. I assembled it with 3/8" lag bolts and had to drill a tone of holes. It took me all day to build the thing. If I had these Timberlok screws at the time, I could have done the job in an hour. These are a real time saver, and they make it really easy to get excellent results. I don't think these are pricey at all. Considering the alternative is using a lag bolt with nut and washers, and drilling holes, these are a bargain.
Date published: 2015-06-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice screws holding 4x4 timbers nicely. Used these to assemble a 10' by 10' above ground pond made out of 4x4 pt timbers. Wen't straight into the timbers like butter. Used with rebar to assist on holding everything together very nicely!
Date published: 2014-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for framing/fencing/timbers Timberlok fasteners are easier to use than lag bolts, look much better when heads are exposed, are easier to line up and tighten. And they cost less. Only negative I've seen is the size of the head and I fix that with a flat washer.
Date published: 2013-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for stockade wood fence 4 and 5 inches we use 5 inch for stockade fence. GREAT come with own drill adpter easy to back out don`t strip
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from bit provided to install screws was stripped Screws did not go in with out pre drilling and the bit provided was stripped-round as a doughnut hole. Had to pre drill and use my own ratchet to put these in (package said "they zip right in")- took three times as long as it would have if the provided drill bit had worked. lesson learned- if i get a free bit with screws, make sure i have a backup bit that actually works. The screws were fine. the experience was a pain in the butt.
Date published: 2014-02-11
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