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DeckPac 875 1-7/8 in. ProTech Coated Trimhead Deck Screws with Marksman Pro and Driver Bit

  • Ideal for a 250 sq. ft. deck or 5-1/4 in. to 5-3/4 in. deckboard
  • Reverse rake tip, aggressive threading, dual screw guides
  • Includes 875 coated fasteners, 1 CAMO tool, and 2 CAMO diver bits
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Product Overview

The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System works on treated lumber, hardwood, cedar, composite or PVC duckboards. CAMO Hidden Fasteners, a CAMO Marksman tool, and CAMO Driver Bits combine to deliver a fastener-free deck surface at a price that makes getting the job easy and installing the deck even easier. The CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System is engineered to work exclusively together, using other branded tools, fasteners or bits will impair performance and not produce the desired results.
  • CAMO DeckPac includes everything you need for a 250 sq. ft. deck: 875 1-7/8 in. protect coated trim head hidden fasteners, 1 CAMO marksman pro tool and 2 CAMO driver bits
  • Marksman pro tool features automatic 3/16 in. spacing
  • 3/16 in. spacing is ideal for installing composite, cap stock or PVC decking
  • Fits any 5-1/4 in. to 5-3/4 in. deckboards
  • Patent-pending CAMO marksman pro positions CAMO hidden fasteners for side-angle entry to the deck board to create a fastener-free deck surface
  • ProTech coated 1500 hour salt spray
  • Dual screw guides fasten both sides of the deck board with single tool placement
  • Unique trim head design provides a less visible point of entry
  • Reverse rake tip removes deck material as it bores, allowing the screw to penetrate the board without splitting
  • An aggressive lower thread pattern provides superior holding power while the reverse upper thread pulls the board tight to the joist
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Specifications

Dimensions

Individual Product Height (in.)
8
Individual product length (in.)
8.5
Individual Product Width (in.)
8.5
Product Depth (in.)
8.5
Product Height (in.)
8
Product Width (in.)
8.5
Square Footage Coverage per Package (sq. ft.)
250

Details

Color Family
Grey
Decking Hardware Type
Hidden Deck Fasteners
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Included
Driver Bit,Screw
Number in Package
1
Returnable
180-Day
Total Product Weight (lb.)
8.45

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
CAMO offers a Limited Lifetime Warranty that guarantees against rust and corrosion for the life of the project.

Questions & Answers

7Questions10Answers

Can I use this product on stair treads?

Asked by BuffMcCloud July 29, 2019
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It doesn’t really work for stair treads. First reason is that you can’t get the tool in the proper place due to stringers (they are in the way). Second, the necessary over hang in the front doesn’t allow use of the camp tool as the screws will not reach the stringers.

Can these be used with Trex Enhance or Trex Select deck boards?

Asked by Kelly March 18, 2019
2
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Yes they can. On my particular application though I used on CCA treated lumber. Expect shrinkage on your CCA lumber but with trex you want have this problem we’re I’ve used in past.

I'm going to install ChoiceDek composite boards with groove. To secure them I considering the Ca...

Asked by Ricua May 6, 2018
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There are 875 screws in the box, I don't know about using a longer screw for the face screw.

What screw length do you recommend for 5/4' thick pressure treated lumber, 1 7/8 or 2 3/8 ? Will ...

Asked by marko August 19, 2017
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Answer

Thank you for your CAMO question. When installing 5/4 pressure treated lumber (1" thick), we recommend using the CAMO 1-7/8" Edge Deck Screws. The 1-7/8" deck screws are designed for installing boards measuring 3/4" to 1" in thickness. If your deck boards measure more than 1" in thickness (1" to 1-1/2"), then we recommend you utilize the CAMO 2-3/8" Edge Deck Screws. Either length screw can be used with the CAMO Marksman Pro-X1 Tool. All the CAMO Marksman Tools will work with the CAMO Edge Deck Screws, regardless of screw length. Thank you for viewing this CAMO product! -Team CAMO

Any tests done on shear stresses and recommendations for areas with large temp swings?

Asked by George June 22, 2016
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Thank you for your question! It's a good one. CAMO Edge Fastening has been extensively tested for uplift and thermal expansion/contraction by a third party lab, Architectural Testing Inc. in York, PA. We are certain CAMO will perform exceedingly well in conditions such as yours. Much of our field testing is conducted right at our corporate headquarters in Grand Rapids, MI where like Cincinnati, temps range from 90 degrees+ in the summer, to below 0 in the winter. CAMO Edge Fastening has been in the marketplace for 5 years now with great results. That being said, board movement in the exterior environment is always a factor for deck builders and can vary greatly depending on the type of decking material being installed. Fasteners also can vary in performance depending on size and alloy. As a best practice with CAMO Edge Fastening, stainless steel is always recommended. Our 316 Stainless Steel CAMO Screws have the ability to flex with the board movement more than carbon steel screws, thus allowing the deck board (specifically synthetic decking) to grow with heat and shrink with cold to a greater degree, and return without shearing. There are also recommended deck building practices that will help avoid excessive board movement if followed. • Make sure the underside of the deck has plenty of ventilation from the sides. Enclosing a deck and not allowing for cross ventilation will cause moisture and heat build-up that may cause excessive linear board movement (synthetics) and cupping and warping (wood products). • Fasten sufficiently according to CAMO installation instructions: This means two screws at every joist and at least 1" back from the board ends. This will mean that you should sister in a joist at each butt joint to allow for proper fastener spacing. This is a common recommendation in deck board manufacturer installation instruction. Hopefully this information helps. Feel free to call 800-968-6245 and speak with a CAMO Product Specialist directly if you have additional questions. Thanks for using CAMO! -Team CAMO

do you need to pre drill for hardwoods?

Asked by Paul June 17, 2016
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Answer

It is not required that you pre-drill when using the CAMO Hidden Deck Fastening System. However, when installing hardwood decking with Stainless Steel CAMO Hidden Fasteners, pre-drilling is recommended. Pre-drill Instructions are provided in all CAMO Marksman Tool Installation Instructions or can be found on camofasteners.com. There is also an Installation video on the CAMO Fasteners YouTube page titled "CAMO Hidden Fasteners - Hardwood" that will walk you through key points to remember when using CAMO to install hardwoods. The video also shows the best way to pre-drill hardwoods when using CAMO. Thank you for viewing this CAMO product! -Team CAMO

What about 30 degree angled board?

Asked by Redhookski March 28, 2016
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Answer

Yes, when using CAMO to install your deck boards at a 30 degree angle, the CAMO Marksman Pro Tool will need to be set twice on the board for each joist. With the board set at an angle, it will intersect each joist at two different points. You will need to position your tool over the deck board at each point where the joist and the deck board intersect. For additional information regarding this process, please view the CAMO Marksman Pro Tool installation instructions where how to use CAMO to install your deck boards on a 45 degree angle is discussed - the process with CAMO will be the same whether it is a 30 degree or 45 degree angle installation. You can also visit camofasteners.com or our CAMO Fasteners YouTube page for a step by step video showing the process. Thank you for viewing this CAMO product. -Team CAMO

Customer Reviews

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This is a great tool. I used it to install bamboo decking. Even though the bamboo is quite hard, ...
This is a great tool. I used it to install bamboo decking. Even though the bamboo is quite hard, the screws had no problem going through it without pre drilling.
by TJA
Best tool ever. Simple to use, spaces decking boards perfectly,...
Best tool ever. Simple to use, spaces decking boards perfectly, no screws showing on board tops. Makes your deck look great.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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wrong size screws and did not hold boards tight when...
wrong size screws and did not hold boards tight when tightened. sounded like a good idea though. will e returning for a refund. bought another type from HD of course. thank you.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Worked as advertised...
Worked as advertised
by Cassidy
Simple and easy to use deck boards look fantastic
Simple and easy to use deck boards look fantastic
by Billk
It is a bit tricky. Not sure if the material I used was not the best for this tool. The concept i...
It is a bit tricky. Not sure if the material I used was not the best for this tool. The concept is great, the results ok. Time will tell if it holds up.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Saves a lot of time and results in excellent hold...
Saves a lot of time and results in excellent hold down and screw positioning.
by Syzygy
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