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#16-1/2 x 1 in. White Steel Panel Board Nails (6 oz. Pack)

  • For attaching panel boards to wood furring or studs
  • Heat treated to resist bending when driving into harder woods
  • Small head for countersinking
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Product Overview

Grip-Rite panel board nail is used to attach panel board to wood furring or studs. The ring shank gives greater holding power in soft or medium woods. Heat treated process to increase resistance to bending when driven into hardwood or masonry.

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Nail Length (In.)1 in.1 in.1 5/8 in.1 in.
Finish FamilyMetallicMetallicMetallicMetallic
Fastener/Connector MaterialSteelSteelSteelSteel
Interior/ExteriorInteriorInteriorInteriorInterior
Shank TypeRing ShankRing ShankRing ShankRing Shank
Product Weight (lb.)0.40.40.40.4
Fastener Length (in.)111.621
Package Quantity334334192334
Nail TypeFinishing/Casing NailFinishing/Casing NailFinishing/Casing NailFinishing/Casing Nail
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Specifications

Dimensions

Fastener Head Width (in.)
0.101
Fastener Length (in.)
1
Nail Length (In.)
1 in.

Details

Color Family
White
Fastener Callout Size
#16 1/2 x 1"
Fastener Type
Non-Collated Finishing/Casing Nail
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
Coated
Finish
Steel
Finish Family
Metallic
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Nail Coating
Vinyl
Nail Type
Finishing/Casing Nail
Package Quantity
334
Product Weight (lb.)
0.4
Returnable
180-Day
Shank Type
Ring Shank

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

Questions & Answers

4Questions5Answers

can I use these for vinyl Plastpro planking (bought at homedepot)

Asked by SK October 17, 2019
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Answer

With what's likely 3/8" ply and the depth of the planking, it should be just enough to barely go past the drywall and into anything behind it. I don't know if you're trying to hit a stud, at which point you may want something a little longer. I used them for some trim in my bathroom and they worked well and have a slightly broader head on them so all of the leftovers worked well for hanging pictures & tin tackers

AGIAN, ABOUT HOW MANY NAILS COME IN THIS 6OZ PACKAGE?

Asked by TINMAN May 22, 2019
2
Answers

100

About how many nails come in this pack (a rough guessitmate is fine).

Asked by Candice October 8, 2018
1
Answer

200

Is this the correct nail to use for this molding Royal Mouldings 6702 11/16 in. 3-1/2 in. x 8 ft. PVC Composite

Asked by Liz March 21, 2016
1
Answer

You could use these panel board nails for this application. However, we would recommend the following nails higher for your crown moulding application; http://www.homedepot.com/p/Grip-Rite-15-1-2-x-1-1-4-in-3-Penny-Bright-Steel-Nails-1-lb-Pack-3F1/100186161 Thank you for your question and have a great day!

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 50% recommend this product
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Product worked well for my paneling
Product worked well for my paneling
by Nando
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by DIMITRIOS
Economical, but easily bends
Ok...I’m no handy man...and the youtube video says best to use a nail gun for paneling work. But when you don’t have an air compressor nor nail-gun, you try to do things the ol’ fashion way. This did not fo well withe these 1-5/8” nail. They are just too long for me to nail them in without bending. I did purchase the 1” ones as well, and had better luck driving them in
by CoffeeR
easily bent
Ok...I’m no handy man...and the youtube video says best to use a nail gun for paneling work. But when you don’t have an air compressor nor nail gun, you try to do things the ol’ fashion way. This did not fo well withe these 1-5/8” nail. They are just too long for me to nail them in without bending. I did purchase the 1” ones as well, and had better luck driving them in
by CoffeeR
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
by JEFFREY
Loved how easy they were to use. And didn't have...
Loved how easy they were to use. And didn't have to paint afterwards.
by LINDA
Items broke or bent repeatedly. Not a very strong metal....
Items broke or bent repeatedly. Not a very strong metal.
by HomeDepotCustomer
I have run 1,000 of these nails through my gun...
I have run 1,000 of these nails through my gun and not a single jam. Inspecting each strip before loading, all heads uniform. All key points for a smooth finish
by HAROLD
They're nails...I don't know what else to say...
They're nails...I don't know what else to say
by NG
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