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#10 x 3 in. Star Bugle-Head Stainless Steel 305 Deck Screw (5 lbs./Pack)

  • Stainless steel finish for corrosion resistance and easy cleaning
  • Stainless steel construction for durability and strength
  • Includes 5 lb. screws
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Grip-Rite PrimeGuard Max fasteners to stand the test of time. Certified 100% stainless steel all the way through, for maximum corrosion resistance. Not coated, not polished and not finished with a little paint. Reel steel, for real tough jobs. When you build with stainless steel you are building for the long haul.
  • For use in wood decking and fencing
  • Bugle head
  • Cleanly formed star recess virtually eliminates cam-out
  • Type 17 point for fast starts and minimized splitting
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length
3 in
Thread Pitch
0.125

Details

Color Family
Stainless Steel
Drive Style
Star
Fastener Plating
Stainless Steel
Fastener Type
Specialty Fastener
Fastener/Connector Material
Stainless Steel
Features
ACQ Rated
Finish
Stainless Steel
Finish Family
Stainless Steel
Head Style
Bugle Head
Included
Driver Bit
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Measurement Standard
SAE
Package Quantity
322
Product Weight (lb.)
5
Returnable
90-Day
Size
#10

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited

Questions & Answers

16Questions18Answers

Aside from the one or two bits included in the box, what size bit will I need to drive these, a T...

Asked by Don May 3, 2021
2
Answers

T25

How many square feet will a 10 pound bucket of 2 1/2 inch deck screws cover

Asked by Gbaker September 2, 2020
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Answer

If you are using PG MAX Stainless Steel Screws there are 68 screws per pound, one pound installs approximately 19 square feet, five pounds installs approximately 97 square feet, and ten pounds should install just under 200 feet. This is when driven 2 fasteners per joist, 16" on center, on 6" wide decking; allow for some waste and loss during installation when estimating required quantities.

What is the head diameter of this screw?

Asked by BB September 1, 2020
1
Answer

8.5mm-9.0mm (.335”-.354”)

R these screws good for nailing down new deck planks

Asked by DEE August 4, 2020
1
Answer

Yes. For optimal performance of the deck boards it is best to pre-drill the screw holes, even though these screws can be screwed in directly.

What grade of stainless?

Asked by Al July 6, 2020
1
Answer

this is 305 stainless

What is the appox screw count in the 5 lb box

Asked by Builderdan July 2, 2020
1
Answer

there are approximately 322 screws in a 5lb box

If holes were pre drilled would these work to attach a board to a concrete wall?

Asked by keyseasy April 30, 2020
1
Answer

Not very well. There are different types of purpose specific to concrete fasteners.

Do I need to pre-drill all holes in decking for these, or just the ones next to the edges?

Asked by cbdoug77 September 7, 2019
4
Answers

We haven't found a need for predrilling in any position.

What’s the max load on these while hanging?

Asked by jcurious July 9, 2019
3
Answers

its not a hanger screw

Can I get 3 1/2 in. x # 10 stainless steel screws? I am installing rough hewn full 2 inch thick...

Asked by David August 8, 2018
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yes

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 88% recommend this product
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Built whole deck and pavilion loved them
Built whole deck and pavilion loved them
by Thomas
Dont forget to set your release torque!! The heads grip so well you can drive right through your ...
Dont forget to set your release torque!! The heads grip so well you can drive right through your project!!
by Popsonhops
These are great deck screws. I've been using them for two years and they hold up well. I live on ...
These are great deck screws. I've been using them for two years and they hold up well. I live on the Gulf coast so there's no shortage of extreme or severe environments.
by Decker
The product should be sealed with something that shows it’s been opened. Edison NJ must have a th...
The product should be sealed with something that shows it’s been opened. Edison NJ must have a thief because I bought a 1lb. & when I was home weighed it on a scale that showed just under a pound in the container. I counted 60 total. Everywhere I look it people claimed anywhere from 68 to 65.
by JoeKinNJ
1 person found this helpful
High quality SS screw with star-shaped drive bit. I put in more than 100 screw for my cedar deck...
High quality SS screw with star-shaped drive bit. I put in more than 100 screw for my cedar deck boards. All of them went in like going into butter. Nice and smooth with not a single bad one! Not sure about the bad reviews mentioning broken screw. Maybe they got a bad batch? or they were used for very hard wood? The head is large and it will hold wood nicely. However, some countersunk hole will prevent some small cracking around the head when it was driven totally flush with the board.
by LEDguy
1 person found this helpful
I used these screws to install P.T. 2" x 6" lumber on a dock. All structural connections were mad...
I used these screws to install P.T. 2" x 6" lumber on a dock. All structural connections were made with SS lags or galvanized through bolts and then I used these screws to secure the deck boards. These screws were hard enough not to twist into a corkscrew in hard driving applications, but not so hard that they would easily snap off. The torx drive is far superior to the square drive at preventing stripped heads when sinking the screws. All screws were driven with battery powered impact guns with zero failures or problems. Now if you could just make them stick to my fingers a little better so that I wouldn't drop them in the water they would be perfect!!!
by Rat
1 person found this helpful
Used both 3 in. and 2 1/2 in. Stainless Steel on my under deck ceiling install at the shore. They...
Used both 3 in. and 2 1/2 in. Stainless Steel on my under deck ceiling install at the shore. They worked well with ease of installation and no rusting in salt air. Previously I used them also on the composite decking and was very happy with the performance. No screw stripping out the heads.
by HomeDepotCustomer
1 person found this helpful
Worked like a champ. It made it a lot easier to rebuild my 30 year old redwood deck. Bit was in...
Worked like a champ. It made it a lot easier to rebuild my 30 year old redwood deck. Bit was included in each package I purchased. I used 25 pounds of these screws and had only 2 screw heads strip out.
by ripthelip
3 people found this helpful
Shouldn't rust, but requires pilot holes
I just screwed in 27 of these, and I did not have a drill bit long enough to make a pilot hole the entire length of the screw. While screwing in 3 of these, the heads broke off. I recommend using stainless 305, 304, or 316 screws instead of e.g. another popular coated deck screw, but be sure you drill pilot holes first because these aren't the toughest screws around. It would be great if Home Depot sold these in decking colors, but alas just regular stainless.
by Cheese
9 people found this helpful
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