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Grip-Rite #9 x 3 in. Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack)
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Grip-Rite

#9 x 3 in. Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack)

$543 /each

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The Grip-Rite 3 in. 10D Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack) can be used to attach furring strips and floor plates to uncured concrete. The nails feature a fluted shank to help provide better holding.

  • Attaches furring strips and floor plates to uncured concrete
  • Fluted design
  • Heat-treated design
  • Includes 78 nails

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what are lengths of the fluted masonry nails?

Asked by: chuck
3 IN. 10D Fluted Masonry Nail is 3inches, to see all there sizes do a general "Fluted Masonry Nail" search. If they don't have the size you are looking for ask them they maybe able to special order what you need at a good value.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2015-09-20
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#9 x 3 in. Fluted Masonry Nails (1 lb.-Pack) is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These work. If you find that you are bending concrete and masonry nails going into your concrete... These work. If you find that you are bending concrete and masonry nails going into your concrete, then your concrete is too strong to be nailed. Properly poured concrete that has been down for years, could be upwards of 8,000 psi (yes even if it's rated at 4,000 psi - concrete does not stop gaining strength at 28 days, that is simply a standard time frame we chose to specify ). What this means is that even if you hit the concrete with the right nail and a lot of perfectly applied force, you still may not get the results you want. You've got options - predrill the concrete with a smaller diameter masonry bit (you would do the same if you were trying to get a large diameter nail or screw into wood), or use concrete screws. If this seems like too much work, get a contractor, otherwise you'll just end up bruising your thumb!
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong, Versitile Nails I purchase these for use in the paving Industry. Granted I order the 50# box for the cost savings (Just a bit over a buck a pound in the big box) I am very happy with these we drive them into Asphalt all day long and maybe one out of a couple of hundred will bend. Need a sturdy nail, you've found it.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 2 out of 3 bend These nails are horrible. Either driving into mortar or into a brick, 2 out of 3 of them bend, no matter how carefully and straight they are nailed. Find another option.
Date published: 2014-03-25
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