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Grip-Rite #8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screws (5 lb.-Pack)
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#8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screws (5 lb.-Pack)

  • For attaching drywall to wood studs
  • General interior wood application
  • Phosphate coated for improved paint and mud adhesion
$21.97 /each

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For the most comprehensive selection of nails and screws, look for Grip-Rite, the most popular brand of fasteners in America. No matter what the project or what size the job; Grip-Rite has the optimal fastening solution. There are many sizes and styles of nails available. As construction materials and techniques evolve, fastener design keeps pace with the changing technology. Fastener needs vary from project to project and the safety and life expectancy of the project can be extended or compromised based upon the fastener used. Fasteners have been designed to meet the special needs of projects such as roofing or drywall and in many cases are known by the application for which they are intended.

  • For attaching drywall to wood studs
  • Phosphate plated
  • Steel construction
  • Made to conform to ASTM C1003

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Can these screws be used in treated lumber? Will they also rust if used on an exterior project?

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Hi ET, no these cannot be used for treated lumber. We would recommended using an exterior screw such as Deckmate or stainless steel. Thank you for choosing Grip-Rite.
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For drilling pilot hole, how can I tell hard or soft wood? I'm drilling 1x4s and 1x6s... Hard or soft? 1/8 bit?

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Soft wood would be pine, fir, redwood, alder or poplar. Hardwood would be oak or cherry. 1/8" bit for hardwood, 7/64" bit for soft wood.
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how many screws do you need

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I need to know how many screws do you need on a pannel when the walls are 24 in on centers
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Drywall sheets need to be screwed at 8" oc for walls, and 7" oc for ceilings. A 4x8 sheet hung on 24" oc studs (wall application) will take 35 screws. See more here at the gypsum association website.
https://www.gypsum.org/technical/using-gypsum-board-for-walls-and-ceilings/using-gypsum-board-for-walls-and-ceilings-section-iii/
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I normally put between 18 and 24 screws when the panel is hung from a ceiling and between 14 and 18 when it's on a wall. You will need additional screws when fastening near cutouts (for things like electrical outlets) and anywhere you have to make a special shaped cut. My general rule of thumb is 4 across on center and between 4 and 5 rows down depending on if its being hung vertically or horizontally.
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Homany screws for paund

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There are 258 screws per package.
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#8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screws (5 lb.-Pack) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dear Grip-Rite. I am a woman who has been using your sheet rock screws forever. I am perplexed at... Dear Grip-Rite. I am a woman who has been using your sheet rock screws forever. I am perplexed at the bottom of the boxes that you use to house the screws. Over the course of these years I have been frustrated to the point of screaming about how the bottom of your boxes are folded over. You must realize that as your using the screws the bottom flaps begin to fold and allow the screws to become lodged under the flaps. Which eventually lead to the screws becoming trapped under the folds. Next thing you know the screws are falling out the bottom. I can't believe there is a man out there that "likes" this container. Maybe you could move your box flaps to the sides of the box and give a solid bottom to keep the screws from falling out. There must be a better way of keeping the screws contained. Thanks for listening. I hope in the future you'll consider your package. Sincerely, Dona Cunningham.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from its a screw, it worked like i thought :) its a screw, it worked like i thought :)
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clarity Just to answer the previous review. The Fine Thread Drywall screws are for use on steel studs. They also have a diamond point tip, so you do not need to use a self-tapping screw or pre-drill when laying sheetrock. Also, you should never use drywall screws when laying hardie backer or any type of cement board. Sure, it will work since it is a screw. But if your tile comes with a warranty, it will be denied of any claim if you do not use the proper screws, and if you do not use enough screws. If it's for a customer, give them a quality installation. But if it's for yourself do as you please.
Date published: 2012-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No shop should be without a bucket of these! So these are my go-to fasteners for nearly every typical job. I love these for hanging things on the wall, tying just about anything to a stud, driving through plywood, hanging drywall, and on and on... About the only thing I don't use the 1.25" ones for when I need a longer screw (like framing work) or when I'm in a specialty situation (like a wet area). These are handy for just about everything else though and I use them constantly. Here are a few tips I've learned over the years about these screws: - Use the tip of your Phillips head to create a starting pocket in the material you are driving the screw into. It'll help to get it started and help keep it aligned. - If you need the wood you are driving into to not splinter or crack, drill a small pilot hole for the screw to drive through. You can also countersink the landing area for the screw head to get a very nice, clean entry. - These screws work great with wall plaster or wood putty. You can putty right over them and they hide really well. Just make sure they are buried below the surface of the material you fastened them to. - Impact drivers work best with these screws. - Don't hold the screws too tightly when starting them. Many of these tend to have little metal barbs still on the threads and they WILL give you a nasty metal splinter that really hurts. - Don't overdrive these screws. Drive them to the correct depth and then stop. The v-shaped head will cause the wood grain to split apart if you overdrive these and you will crack your work piece.
Date published: 2015-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Grip-Rite#8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screws (1 lb.-Pack) Grip-Rite#8 x 1-1/4 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse T I have hand driven nails into drywall installation and these screws are so much more reliable and finish-able
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Straight to the point Quick and easy to use. All were effective and easily applied
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Screws The screws worked perfect my project of building a new fence
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just right for the job No compliant. They were not cheap quality. Very good price
Date published: 2016-06-24
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