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Grip-Rite #9 x 3 in. Star Bugle-Head Composite Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack)
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Grip-Rite

#9 x 3 in. Star Bugle-Head Composite Deck Screws (5 lb.-Pack)

  • For use with all exterior projects to connect wood to wood
  • Star drive and type 17 drill point for easier driving
  • Specially coated to ensure protection of most outdoor projects
$29.98 /each

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Grip-Rite composite deck screws are ideal for applications using poly or composite lumber. Pancake head reduces over-driving, reduces mushrooming, and leaves smooth finish. Star drive bit for improved engagement and torque control.

  • Dual-thread design pulls fibers down, leaving smooth finish
  • Type 17 point reduces need to pre-drill boards
  • Rust-Oleum Certified Protection
  • Free bit included
  • Note: product may vary by store

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What length screw should I use?

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June 23, 2016
I am installing 1" composite deck boards as runners on stringers made from 2x10 pressure treated lumber. I am also installing 1/2" composite fascia on the risers. What size screw should I use for each application?

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July 7, 2016
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Hi Chris, great question! For best results please review the install guidelines from the board manufacturer as well as your local building code for compliance. Typically 2-1/2" screws are used for top boards on 5/4" top boards or thinner, and 1-5/8" would be the shortest composite screw available.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Top notch deck screw I actually use this screw for all kinds of wood projects not just for a deck, when I need a long screw. I like these screws because they have threads that go all the way up to the head of the screw, whereas most screws seem to stop an inch or so from the top. I think that is where the grip-rite title comes from. I get a nice tight grip with these screws and often need the 3 inch length as I'm going through nearly 2 inches to get to the next wood piece, which then gets about 1 inch and a little more of the screw in it. Yes you need your own star driver to use these, no big deal, it's easy to pick up and insert in your drill driver. They may have went with the star driver over the common Phillips to get more torque, it does take a lot of torque to get these in tight, so I usually always pre-drill the hole. February 1, 2016
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