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Grip-Rite

Model 158cdws1

Internet #100112584

Store SKU #479666

#8 x 1-5/8 in. Philips Bugle-Head Coarse Thread Sharp Point Drywall Screw

$6.47 /each
  • For attaching drywall to wood studs
  • General interior wood application
  • Phosphate coated for improved paint and mud adhesion

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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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Why when i buy this item they come in an everbilt box with same sku# on them?

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Why do they say they are Grip-Rite screws that come in an Everbilt box??

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Is Everbilt Grip-Rite?? No False Advertising??
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What is the weight rating for a grip rite drywall screw?

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What is the weight rating for a grip right drywall screw.
My contractor used drywall screws to secure the electric box into the ceiling 2 x 4 to hang ceiling fan. Is it appropriate?
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Absolutely not. They are not rated or appropriate for securing dimensional lumber or ceiling fans.
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Yes. I'd trust a 1 5/8 screw before I'd trust a 2 " nail.
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Can these screws be used in a mobile home?

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These screws can be used for drywall applications wherever your project is.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Screws! they work. Drywall screws are doing a good job holding up the drywall. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bathroom remodel It's a screw, it goes in a stud and holds the drywall in place. May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by the best screws We redid our entire kitchen using this brand of screws - all different sizes. Highly recommend them. never had a stripped screw in all the ones we used. from demo to rebuilding, these screws were perfect. See our progress in the attached. July 8, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gets the job done! The fasteners do what they are supposed to and I never have an issue with them. December 8, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Drywall screws Easy to use reliable and strong-used on fencing holds up welll November 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good value, effective fasteners I use these sheetrock screws around the house for repairs and installations. When a floorboard loosens or squeaks, I shoot about a dozen of the screws into it at various places. Blessed silence ensues. Hanging up curtains from the window casings is a snap. A row of sheetrock screws across the top negates the need for complicated and expensive curtain rods. The bed slats kept relocating to one end from vigorous lateral action. A few sheetrock screws in each slat prevented dreaded mattress teeter tottering on date nights. Finally, these screws work well on sheetrock, too. I had to cover a wall of windows that faced the neighbor's house, for privacy. (theirs). Six sheets of Home Depot 1/2" sheetrock and a few hunded screws later, problem solved. May 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great price Perfect for lying my attic floor and other jobs you may have.... April 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality drywall screws These have a thicker shank which seems good at first, but it is only to make up for poor quality steel. Over 60% of these screws broke their heads off when I was trying to attach drywall to old oak studs. I had another brand that has smaller shanks that almost never broke and the Phillips slots were better formed and were only a dollar more expensive. These might be ok for new construction (into soft SPF studs) but not for older stronger oak framed homes, which also makes me wonder if they really all that good for even new construction. December 30, 2015
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