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1/2 in. x 10 in. Hex Zinc Plated Lag Screw

$295
  • Lag screws, also called lag bolts, firmly fasten wood together
  • Stronger and thicker than typical wood screws
  • Ideal for woodworking involving heavy pieces joined together
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Product Overview

Lag Screws are hex head screws with thick shafts and coarse threads. They are designed to securely join wood pieces together in heavy load applications. Commonly used for decks, framing, retaining walls, and wooden playground equipment. Lag Screws can also be used in masonry if combined with a lag shield.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length
10 in
Thread Pitch
13

Details

Color Family
Zinc
Drive Style
Hex
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Thread Type
Coarse
Fastener Type
Lag Screw
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
No Additional Features
Finish
Zinc
Finish Family
Zinc
Grade
Grade 2
Head Style
Hex
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Measurement Standard
UNC
Package Quantity
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.46 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Size
1/2 in

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

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super nice screws for a project of redoing some lights
super nice screws for a project of redoing some lights
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Used it to secure 3/4 inch pipe flange to wall...
Used it to secure 3/4 inch pipe flange to wall stud, works great. two flanges holding over 100 lbs
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Holding wellar, but then again, its only been a week... lol
Holding wellar, but then again, its only been a week... lol
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They got the job done
I used these to secure some timbers that made up our front stairs, I did snap off one of the bolt heads, but the others were fine. I was cranking on the bolt pretty hard with an extension so it was expected.
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    Avoid like the corona virus unless you enjoy having projects ruined
    About half of the bolts i purchased snapped even with pilot holes. I went back to higher quality bolts i purchased online elsewhere.
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      Bought these lag screws to frame up a pergola that I was building. They are weather resistant & ...
      Bought these lag screws to frame up a pergola that I was building. They are weather resistant & strong so they are perfect for the intended purpose.
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      they're freakin' lag bolts/screws. They work very well even for a simple minded person like me ...
      they're freakin' lag bolts/screws. They work very well even for a simple minded person like me it is hard to screw up a lag 1/2 inch lag screw. They were used to secure railroad ties as curbs on this bridge which handles farm equipment and automobiles. The heads of the screws/bolts are visible in the retaining brackets if the picture is enlarged and focused on the brackets.
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      The lag bolts were gathering exact size I needed to finish my overhead storage rack. I now have ...
      The lag bolts were gathering exact size I needed to finish my overhead storage rack. I now have a safe and secure overhead storage rack.
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      I used these in building a barn door treatment for a srt of windows for the wife. They performed ...
      I used these in building a barn door treatment for a srt of windows for the wife. They performed perfectly !!
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      Worked like a charm
      Worked like a charm
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      Very strong, used to attach legs to lathe stand. Make sure you have rachet adapter for drill. H...
      Very strong, used to attach legs to lathe stand. Make sure you have rachet adapter for drill. Hand racheting these isnt for the weak!
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      Product quality was as expected.
      Product quality was as expected.
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      Screws that will not screw you up
      Screws that will not screw you up
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      Wanted alittle added strength to my new deck, so installed lag screws in key locations, just to p...
      Wanted alittle added strength to my new deck, so installed lag screws in key locations, just to play it safe. Sure, 4 inch bolts are a pain to install, but would rather do that then have the deck fall apart.
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      These EVERBILT 5/16 IN. X 1-1/2 IN. ZINC-PLATED HEX LAG SCREW (50-PACK) were utilized in one area...
      These EVERBILT 5/16 IN. X 1-1/2 IN. ZINC-PLATED HEX LAG SCREW (50-PACK) were utilized in one area to fasten a homemade Anvil to a homemade wood block. This particular department in our shop was in need of an Anvil to perform small steel formations. We utilized an old railroad track and needed to fasten the makeshift Anvil to a wooden block we built in-house. These lag screws were the perfect answer!
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      These hex lag bolts are another item I like to keep in my parts box. They can be useful in the ri...
      These hex lag bolts are another item I like to keep in my parts box. They can be useful in the right situation. I have pictures of a few of the jobs I use them for. Basically when I need to attach any metal plate to wood I use this hardware. I usually predrill a smaller hole when installing to ensure the piece of wood I am attaching to doesn't split. If you use an impact drill it is simple to secure.
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      The 50 pack 5/16 by 1-1/2 inch hex lag screw is of good quality. It should work well for many ap...
      The 50 pack 5/16 by 1-1/2 inch hex lag screw is of good quality. It should work well for many applications of wood and possibly others such as metal and plastics. As in any lag screw application it works better with the use of a pilot hole to avoid splitting the material. The hex head is 1/2 s.a.e size and 13 mm will also work from your metric tool chest.
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      I needed these to attach an anchor to wood. These were just the right size to go in a 2”x4” witho...
      I needed these to attach an anchor to wood. These were just the right size to go in a 2”x4” without poking through. I did have to pre-drill though. They’re also zinc plated and should last a long time.
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      Great Lag Bolts. Perfect size to use on a 2x4 for my fence panels.
      Great Lag Bolts. Perfect size to use on a 2x4 for my fence panels.
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      Built rafters for extra storage. Worked great and strong
      Built rafters for extra storage. Worked great and strong
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      These Everbilt 3/8in. x 3-1/2in. Zinc-Plated Hex Lag Screws come in a box of 25 and are both stur...
      These Everbilt 3/8in. x 3-1/2in. Zinc-Plated Hex Lag Screws come in a box of 25 and are both sturdy and easy to use. We used these lag screws to sister up some joints in our garage ceiling for extra strength and durability. These screws are not really designed to be self-taping, so drilling a small pilot hole is recommended for ease of use. These screws would also be great for attaching a deck frame to deck posts. They are a great length to ensure that they do not pull out once secured.
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      These lag screws are well built and sturdy. ...
      These lag screws are well built and sturdy. I received these lag screws in exchange for a review. The workmanship on these lag screws is high quality. They are sturdy and just the right size for a couple of repair projects I need to finish. We have a wooden play set for the grandkids in the yard that need to be tightened up a bit. These are just the right size to restore stability. I also have a wooden frame we use on a parade float that needs to be tightened up a bit. I recommend this product.
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      The 3/8"x3-1/2" Zinc Plated Hex Lag Bolts were just the right length to "beef up" my attic stairw...
      The 3/8"x3-1/2" Zinc Plated Hex Lag Bolts were just the right length to "beef up" my attic stairwell. The stairwell was installed with just standard "all purpose" screws. I prefer to install these lag bolt type screws for more support. I'm not a small man by no means and prefer that as I go up and down the stairs-that they don't come/pull loose from the framing opening. I do recommend that you drill a pilot hole prior to installing the new lags to make it a bit easier to install them. I also installed a 3/8" washer on each lag prior to installation. I had these in my hardware stock in my garage-but will purchase a few more to replenish my stock on my next trip to my local Home Depot Store.
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      This 25-pack of 3/8 in. X 3-1/2 in. Zinc Plated Hex Lag Screws from Everbilt make for a secure wa...
      This 25-pack of 3/8 in. X 3-1/2 in. Zinc Plated Hex Lag Screws from Everbilt make for a secure way to fasten wood on deck frames, retaining walls, pergolas, arbors, treehouses, wood swingsets, construction framing and DIY projects that need extra strong holding power. I have been using this brand of lag screws for years now and have no complaints. I like to drill a small pilot hole before screwing them in to make it easier to use and the grip it has is really strong, plus if you screw it together, you can also break it down and reuse it at a later time.
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      As Lag bolts go these are what you would expect. The plating seems to consistent as is the overal...
      As Lag bolts go these are what you would expect. The plating seems to consistent as is the overall size. The heads are all uniform and fit a socket well. I drove one into a pressure treated 4 X 4 with an impact driver without a pilot hole and it went in without any problem. They are listed as 3 1/2 long and they measure 3 3/8 from the bottom of the head to the end and 3 5/8 overall length. The shank measures 0.368 and the head is 5/8"
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      Good Lag Screw - holds very secure I used several of these while making a farm-style table to att...
      Good Lag Screw - holds very secure I used several of these while making a farm-style table to attach the tops to the posts. These tightened well resulting in no rotation in the post and no rocking.
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      Used 3" lag bolts to put together a fence attaching 2x6's to 6x6 posts. Pre-drilled the holes to...
      Used 3" lag bolts to put together a fence attaching 2x6's to 6x6 posts. Pre-drilled the holes to keep the wood from splitting when applying the bolt. Used washers along with the bolt's to keep the heads from sinking into the wood. These bolts held up to my expectations. We used a lot of torque to apply the bolts. Out of about 200 bolts, only one snapped because of too much torque. These are manly bolts for a the manly job it was used on.
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          Worked for what I needed. As long as they hold...
          Worked for what I needed. As long as they hold strong it will be great
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