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Grip-Rite

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1-1/4 in. Smooth Galvanized Collated Roofing Nails (7,200-Pack)

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  • Jam free guarantee
  • Wide head aids holding, reduces pull-through
  • Galvanized to resist rust and weathering

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Product Overview

Use the Grip-Rite 1-1/4 in. Smooth Galvanized Collated Roofing Nails with your power nailer. The package contains 7,200 wire-collated steel nails that are galvanized for resistance to weathering and rust.

  • Use for attaching shingles to roofs
  • Steel nails collated with wire
  • Galvanized to resist rust and weathering
  • 1-1/4 in. long
  • For use with your power nailer
  • Includes 7,200 nails

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are these considered ring shank nails

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October 20, 2015
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(sorry, no picture accompanied your question) Ring shank nails are any nails that have raised rings around the shank of the nail from the tip to near the head of the nail. They are often annodized, with a rough finish as well. Spiraled and screw shank nails are often referred to as a ring shank nail, but they are not.
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no, these are not ring shanks
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Bloomdale, OH 44817, USA
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November 17, 2014
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I don't think so. Those would have rings near the points to keep them from pulling out.
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September 23, 2014
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no i am not considering ring shank nails
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Berryville, AR, USA
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July 11, 2014
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No they are not ring shank nails, these a smooth shank nails. Ring shanks have rings around them like a screw, but not as deep.
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Are these 15 degree nails?

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December 13, 2013
I am using this on a bostitch 15 degree cap nail gun
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(sorry.. no picture accompanied your question)
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bostitch-1-1-2-in-x-0-080-Ring-Shank-15-Degree-Coil-Siding-Nails-4200-Pack-C4R80BDG/100586602?cm_mmc=Shopping|THD|G|0|G-BASE-PLA-D25H-AirCompressors|&gclid=CN74h_a90sgCFQEJaQodOecPUg&gclsrc=aw.ds
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yes, these are 15 degree nails
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yes.
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September 23, 2014
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yes i am using them in the bostich nail gun and they work great
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Orange, Ca.
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December 16, 2013
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Hi Commando, these nails are 15 degree. To the right of the product overview, on the web product page, is an info & guides box. Inside the box is the specification sheet.
Click on that and it brings up the degree of various sizes of roofing nails.
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how many nails does it take to nail a bundle of shingles?

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have a 22' X 12" roof need 9 bundles of shingles... how many nails do I need to buy?
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Southwest Michigan
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September 18, 2016
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Thanks for this, I was taught 3 per 3in1 but the guys putting my roof on are using 4,I will ask them about this.
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Depending on your location and the type of shingle you are using (3-tab, architectural, etc.), code determines how many nails per shingle must be used. Even though not required in all instances where I am - due to anticipated winds, I nearly always use five(5) per shingle, but in areas where high wind exposure could be an issue, I go with six. The cost of nails versus the cost to repair/replace an Read More
Depending on your location and the type of shingle you are using (3-tab, architectural, etc.), code determines how many nails per shingle must be used. Even though not required in all instances where I am - due to anticipated winds, I nearly always use five(5) per shingle, but in areas where high wind exposure could be an issue, I go with six. The cost of nails versus the cost to repair/replace an insufficiently fastened roof is minimal.
Here's a good link for IBC (International Building Code) information, but I would still suggest checking your local code, as states like FL, for example, require six. The reasons for doing this is for both peace of mind and whether or not - in the event of a claim, your insurance will cover damages.
http://www.roofingcontractor.com/articles/85865-technical-details-ibc-codes-pertaining-to-asphalt-shingles
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July 9, 2016
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You will need to purchase one box of nails.
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Can I use these for Underlayment?

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June 20, 2016
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These nails are recommended for installing roofing shingles and vinyl siding. For installing underlayment please consult the installation guidelines from the manufacturer for the correct fastener to use.
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Manufacturers typically specify what to use (or not to use) for underlayment, and I go with that recommendation - every time.
One thing to consider is the type of underlayment you are using, and whether or not the broad head of a roofing nail will 'pocket' the cushion of the underlayment, and create a depression. For this reason, I have only used collated nails with rigid materials, or where their use
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Manufacturers typically specify what to use (or not to use) for underlayment, and I go with that recommendation - every time.
One thing to consider is the type of underlayment you are using, and whether or not the broad head of a roofing nail will 'pocket' the cushion of the underlayment, and create a depression. For this reason, I have only used collated nails with rigid materials, or where their use won't detract from the function of the adjoining materials.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Rust very quickly These electroplated nails are easy to work with. I agree with everyone on that. I put up 12 square of architectural shingles on a large garage. After I was finished, I notice that the few nails that landed on the ground were rusting already, just from a little rain. I looked this up on roofing websites and they agreed. The plating is almost useless. You might say, they aren't going to get wet since they are covered with shingles. NOT true. During humid weather, the moist air gets under the shingles. At night, when it is cooler, the water vapor condenses on the nails and they start rusting easily. Roofers find heavily rusted nails even after a few years. If you see dew on your grass, those nails are wet, too, and they don't dry out quickly. The best roofers hand nail hot-dipped galvanized nails. You can't use them in a gun. They're expensive, too. We had a house with slate and hot-dipped nails that were over 100 years old with no failure due to rust. No way would these nails last that long. There are hot galvanized nails, that aren't the same as hot-dipped. Not as good as hot-dipped. I am ticked off that I didn't do better research on the nails. I hope they give me 20 years. Roofing guarantees are mostly useless, especially if your nails are rusty. Any little flaw and they void the warranty. Forget that 50 year stuff. September 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Roofing Nails Work great!! We have used them on every Habitat house I've help build. September 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great in my Bostich Nailer Worked great in my Bostich Nailer, no jamming. Have used these nails many times with No issues! September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by roofing nails - new work occasionally didn't feed - not sure if it is / was nails or gun but nature of the beast when working with guns and nail. Sure beats hand nailing the entire roof. August 31, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Roofing Nails These nail coils have worked well in the nail gun rented from HD. I would have preferred 1.5" nails for my roof, given a wood shingle base and 2 layers of composition shingles over that in some places, but these have done the job. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great nails Actually work in nail guns without constant adjustments and jams July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Workde great and at an AWESOME PRICE I used these nails to nail down wonder board during a ceramic tile installation. My son tried to use a normal hammer and nails, but kept hitting his thumb. We switched over to using the air nailer with nails and the project moved on a much better pace. July 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good nails Packaged well, worked very well in my PorterCable coil nailer. Very few jams, used almost a box of these nails 6,700 nails June 28, 2016
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