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Simpson Strong-Tie

Model CS20

Internet #100375304

Store SKU #181618

Store SO SKU #592854

250 ft. 20-Gauge Coiled Strap

$151.00 /case

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Simpson Strong-Tie straps and plates join and reinforce joints with simple, versatile solutions for a wide range of connections. Available in many lengths, widths and thicknesses, straps can be used on the wide or narrow face of lumber for light repairs or heavy-duty projects. Many straps are designed to be used back-to-back on a piece of lumber without fastener interference. CS Coiled Straps are continuous utility straps which can be cut to length on the job site.

  • Sized to fit 2X lumber
  • Packaged in lightweight cartons
  • 250 ft. Length
  • Made from 20-Gauge steel
  • Galvanized for extra corrosion resistance
  • Install with 8d or 10d common nails

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what is the width of the coiled 20 gauge strap?

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I cannot find this width listed in the online product information
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The CS20 coiled strap is 1 1/4" wide. Thank you!
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Is the 16-gauge strapping thinner than the 22-gauge?

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CHbuilder,
Actually, no...the higher the number, the thinner the material. Please see the "US Standard Steel Gauge Equivalents in Nominal Dimensions" table at the following link for specific listings of steel thicknesses: http://www.strongtie.com/productuse/conversion-charts.html#.
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