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#8 x 1-1/4 in. Phillips Flat Head Zinc Plated Wood Screw (100-Pack)

  • Wood screws strengthen a joint with great clamping force
  • Flat heads are countersunk into wood for a flush installation
  • Coarse threads and a sharp point make wood screws easy to install
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Wood screws are designed with aggressive threads to securely grip wood. Commonly used to join 2-pieces of wood tightly together or to attach hinges, locks or other hardware to wood. Using a pilot hole slightly smaller than the wood screw diameter is suggested to prevent splitting.

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Screw Length1-1/4 inSize#8
Thread Pitch (mm)0.794 mmThreads Per Inch (TPI)32


Drive StylePhillipsFastener PlatingZinc
Fastener TypeWood ScrewFeaturesNo Additional Features
Head StyleFlat HeadIncludedNo Additional Items Included
Interior/ExteriorInteriorMaterials FastenedMetal to Wood
Measurement StandardANSPackage Quantity100
Product Weight (lb.)0.55 lbReturnable90-Day

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Questions & Answers

Q:Need to know the size of screw for Cedar wood slats (about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick)
by|Jun 26, 2019
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A:  For the #8 screw, the pilot hole for cedar would be 5/32" if using a tapered bit or 7/64" if using a straight bit. The length of the screw would depend on your application.

by|Jun 26, 2019

    A:  Use #6 by 1 inch.

    by|Oct 22, 2019

    A:  What are they being screwed into? (How thick the material)

    by|Feb 4, 2020

      A:  Not enough info.

      by|Jan 7, 2020

        A:  Hi Camelia - you wouldn't usually use screws to hold cedar slats to an underlaying surface. Typical fasteners are Stainless Steel Siding nails. These have a small round head and a ringed shank for extra holding power. They are made in several lengths and for 1/2 " deep cedar clapboards you would typically use 1 5/8" nails. If the slats you are writing about are strips of wood that you see in a lattice then these screws would not be good fasteners at all except to maybe attach the completed lattice to a porch. Make sure you drill pilot holes in the lattice edge or you will crack the slats. The pilot hole needs to be as large as the shank of the screw.

        by|Sep 24, 2019
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        100-pack was exactly what we needed to build 3 Little Library / Little Pantries
        Our Cub Scouts built 3 Little Libraries using 2 sheets of Home Depot’s plywood, and a box of 100 screws! They’re the right length and size for joining 1/2” plywood, plus we glued all our seems to make the Libraries water-tight.
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        Good value. Worked well for holding 2x2’s together to build...
        Good value. Worked well for holding 2x2’s together to build a ball cage in the garage.
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        Poor Quality: These Everbilt fasteners are built using a very poor quality metal and cannot even ...
        Poor Quality: These Everbilt fasteners are built using a very poor quality metal and cannot even take a few pounds of torque without breaking at the shank/thread junction. Every single screw failed in this manner with very little torque while hand driving into wood before they even bottomed and without seating torque. Never in my over 40 years of wood working have I encountered such poor quality fasteners. Snapping a screw can ruin a fine wood project and hours of work.
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          Poor quality metal
          Based on my repeated use, these screws are manufactured with unsatisfactory quality metal. Even when drilling the correct pilot holes with DeWalt #8 pilot hole drill, they tend to twist-off in the shank area, without any visible deformation/cam-out damage to the heads. At this point, the screw effectively cannot be removed. I had three such failures in a row today. I've included a photo of one screw, the pilot drill and the original container of screws.
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                    It's a screw... it screwed. If you need a screw, you should buy one, or 100 like me!
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