Model # 161640

Internet #202091220

Store SKU #161640

2 in. x 4 in. x 96 in. Premium Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud
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2 in. x 4 in. x 96 in. Premium Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud

  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards
  • Can be primed then painted or sealed then stained
  • For basic interior or exterior structural applications
$ 3 17 /each

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Nominal Product Length (ft.): 8
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Product Overview

  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards
  • Can be primed then painted or sealed then stained
  • For basic interior or exterior structural applications
Every stud meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Framing studs are ideal for a wide range of uses from framing of houses to basic interior structural applications. Studs come in several widths for structural framing, structural walls, interior and exterior walls. As long as studs are properly primed and painted or sealed and stained they can be used in exterior applications.
  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Lumber can be primed and painted or sealed and stained.
  • For interior or exterior use
  • New home construction or renovation remodel projects
  • Common: 2 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft.; Actual: 1.5 in. x 3.5 in. x 96 in.
  • Weighs approximately 9 lbs.
  • Untreated premium lumber
  • Square footage coverage: 2.33 sq. ft.
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Product Overview

  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards
  • Can be primed then painted or sealed then stained
  • For basic interior or exterior structural applications
Model #: 161640
Sku #: 161640
Internet #: 202091220

Every stud meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Framing studs are ideal for a wide range of uses from framing of houses to basic interior structural applications. Studs come in several widths for structural framing, structural walls, interior and exterior walls. As long as studs are properly primed and painted or sealed and stained they can be used in exterior applications.

  • Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Lumber can be primed and painted or sealed and stained.
  • For interior or exterior use
  • New home construction or renovation remodel projects
  • Common: 2 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft.; Actual: 1.5 in. x 3.5 in. x 96 in.
  • Weighs approximately 9 lbs.
  • Untreated premium lumber
  • Square footage coverage: 2.33 sq. ft.
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
8
Actual product thickness (in.)
1.5
Actual product width (in.)
3.5
Nominal Product H x W (In.)
2x4
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
2
Nominal Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Fastener recommendation
Nails, Galvanized Nails, Screws, Construction Adhesives
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Lumber Grade
Premium
Material
Wood
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
8
Actual product thickness (in.)
1.5
Actual product width (in.)
3.5
Nominal Product H x W (In.)
2x4
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
2
Nominal Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Fastener recommendation
Nails, Galvanized Nails, Screws, Construction Adhesives
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Lumber Grade
Premium
Material
Wood
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

How many inches on center is 2×4's supposed to be, when putting studs up for building a wall? Thank you very much Shane

Asked by: Bossma1976
16" typically but 16" or 24" but remember to burn (deduct) 3/4" at beginning of your layout and to make your walls straight you'll need to crown your studs and don't forget to plumb and line your walls to keep them as straight as possible.
Answered by: Califramer
Date published: 2018-05-26

Wait....Home Depot sells both 2x4x8 ( 96 ") and 2x4x 92 5/8" ?? Why? I pulled 2 off the st...

Wait....Home Depot sells both 2x4x8 ( 96 ") and 2x4x 92 5/8" ?? Why? I pulled 2 off the stack w the shelf tag 2x4x8, and it wasnt. see me review "not8feet" Why do you sell both?? dang
Asked by: not8feet
Al is slipping you actually have a single bottom plate and a double top plate for a total of 3 2x's at 0'-4 1/2" not 0'-3"
Answered by: Califramer
Date published: 2018-08-15

Will you cut this into 8" sections?

Will you cut this into 8" sections?
Asked by: Robin
last time i asked one of the home depot employees to cut wood they told me to go buy a saw.
Answered by: CptPikachu
Date published: 2018-04-18

Which wood best for raised gardens?

Im looking to start raised gardens in my back yard. It is south facing but im unsure about which wood to use.
Asked by: Bill
It's not "wood" but you might consider a plastic or composite lumber. No rot, insects, or chemical leaching.
Answered by: Walkerb42
Date published: 2018-01-04
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Customer Reviews

2 in. x 4 in. x 96 in. Premium Kiln-Dried Whitewood Stud is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 299.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from For some time Home Depot lumber has been less than satisfactory. As a builder, my customers expec... For some time Home Depot lumber has been less than satisfactory. As a builder, my customers expect me to build them quality and long lived projects, but using H.D. lumber makes this difficult at best. I have to pick through many, many pieces of "Premium" to find relatively straight and better than average quality pieces. After I get them to my job site, some percentage of those warp, etc. and I am left with several pieces to return. Home Depot used to sell a truly premium stud and although it cost more, it was worth it and I wished it was still available. I believe that although more effort, I will have to return to ordering lumber from a lumber supplier. I have addressed this issue in many receipt surveys, for many months, with no response and nothing has changed in the store. I cannot put my name on a product that is not as good as the effort I invest in creating with it.
Date published: 2018-06-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stud wood is uneven I ordered 50 2x4x8 studs online to be pulled for later pickup in store. On pickup I rejected and replaced 6 of them for being warped. I have found in recent orders totaling well over 200 studs that the quality is uneven. Some studs are very light and some are very heavy. Some have huge end knots that fall out when nailing and there are knots that weaken the lateral strength of the wood. I really recommend not accepting any stud that looks like it is covered with crystals of any kind (they can appear white, yellow, orange, or clear). On these stud, some kind of deposit is left in the drying process and I find that these boards always split for several inches when nailing. I am sure that this uneven quality reflects more the quality of wood available in forests more than Home Depot handling. If you are ordering by the truckload for large projects, a few bad boards will be expected and they can be set aside to use where they don't matter such as for a scrap brace or short cuts. However, if you are needing every board to be useful, you really need to inspect your selection.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I don't think these were really "Kiln Dried" I don't think these studs were really Kiln Dried. They might have been stuck in a Kiln Drier but they sure didn't get dried. At least not very dry or all of them. When choosing which ones I wanted I found that some of them weigh a lot more than others, 2 or 3 times as much. Some of them I could feel the moisture on my hands when I picked them up. I bought 24 studs at one time to build some shelves and when I got them home I used 4 short pieces of 2x4 to lay the new studs on and stacked then nice and even on the floor of my new workshop. The next morning several of them had started bowing and twisting just over one night. Out of the 24 studs within a few days I had 15 studs that were warped, twisted, and bowed so bad they were not usable. I must be wrong because I thought being "Kiln Dried" meant that they wouldn't be so likely to warp and twist. I learned the hard way to only get what I can use immediately when I get home because any extra's will be too warped and twisted to use in just a few days. Needless to say, but I will any who, I'm very disappointed in these supposedly dried studs.
Date published: 2011-11-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rounded edges makes these hard to work with The 2x4 in the picture may show square edges, but every 2x4 I've found in my Home Depot store lately has had a quarter-inch round on the edges. This makes the lumber very difficult to work with and makes it harder to do precise work. The primary problem is the quarter inch-radius won't allow a tape measure to be placed securely against the edge, so you can't get an accurate measure from one stud to the next. It also makes it very hard to mark an edge and then use your square to copy that line around to other faces on the lumber. And it makes it much harder to make sure two surfaces are aligned in the same plane while fastening one piece of lumber to another. It is taking way too much time to frame something up with this lumber. If you plan on ordering these on line I'd suggest you call first and make sure the 2x4 you get will have squares edges, not these rounded ones. And if all you find in your store in rounded edges, tell the manager then head to a locally-owed lumber yard.
Date published: 2012-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I originally wanted yellow pine but the price has doubled since the last time I got 2x4s so I wen... I originally wanted yellow pine but the price has doubled since the last time I got 2x4s so I went with the white wood I ordered them online for pick up because I was going to be running late the wood is nice but the guy that picked it out wasn't I think I had 2 good boards out of 14 the rest had bad checking on the ends and splits running half the board. Next time I will make time and go look through the lumber and get the nice ones
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from These particular studs were the "Irving" brand. They were nice and dry, and the quality was excel... These particular studs were the "Irving" brand. They were nice and dry, and the quality was excellent. Usually, no matter where you buy studs, you have to pick through the pile to find good, straight ones. Not these. It seemed nice to be able to just pick straight off the pile, and not have to eyeball each one and "cull" out the rejects. I don't remember the last time I was able to do that.
Date published: 2018-09-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I purchased the wood at the Homedepot in Evergreen Colorado. Surprisingly most of the boards rema... I purchased the wood at the Homedepot in Evergreen Colorado. Surprisingly most of the boards remained straight after they sat on the job site for 1 week. A number warped, as most of the Homedepot wood usually does. I did note an unusually larger number of knots and other defects than usual. However, that seems to be the way things are now days.
Date published: 2018-08-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This is supposed to be premium lumber but there are... This is supposed to be premium lumber but there are still a bunch of substandard boards in the stack. Should not have to pick and choose in a stack of premium. Price is also exorbitant! Almost $4 for a 2x4. Never had to pay that much in my life!
Date published: 2018-07-18
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