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3/8 in. x 10 in. Galvanized Spike Nails

  • Commonly used to secure railroad ties and landscaping timbers
  • Available in bright smooth, ring, and spiral shank styles
  • Also used to secure large members in log home construction
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For the most comprehensive selection of nails and screws, look for Grip-Rite Fasteners, the most popular brand of fasteners in America. No matter what the project or what size the job, Grip-Rite Fas'ners has the optimal fastening solution, available nationwide from a variety of dealers and retail establishments. There are many sizes and styles of nails and screws available. As construction materials and techniques evolve, fastener design keeps pace with the changing technology. Fastener needs vary from project to project and the safety and life expectancy of the project can be extended or compromised based upon the fastener used. Fasteners have been designed to meet the special needs of projects such as roofing or drywall and in many cases are known by the application for which they are intended (roofing nails, drywall screws, masonry nails, etc.
  • Used to secure railroad ties
  • Log construction
  • Hot galvanized - have a high quality zinc coating to resist rust and weathering
  • Smooth or ring shank
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Q:How much they rent a drill
by|Jul 23, 2022
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A:  Not sure I understand your question. I used them to anchor paver edging.

by|Jul 25, 2022

    A:  please check with your local store's tool rental department.

    by|Jul 25, 2022
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    Q:Can these nails be used with composite lumber such as the below. https://www.homedepot.com/p/6-in...
    by|Jun 24, 2021
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    A:  They would work fine for that. I would use a slightly smaller drill bit, maybe a 5/16", so that the nails are snug when you drive them through the composite.

    by|Jun 25, 2021
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    Q:How man nails come per box?
    by|May 19, 2020
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    A:  What is the quality?

    by|Jul 14, 2020

      A:  50 lbs box is about 160 spikes.

      by|May 20, 2020
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        Q:The galvanized spike nails are clearly useful in joining landscaping wood together and I need the...
        by|Apr 30, 2020
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        A:  I installed “deadman” anchors, a timber running perpendicular to the wall, with a “T’ at the o-posite end, and a bag of sakrete on top of the “T” where they are spiked together. This anchors the wall so it won’t tip over.

        by|Aug 4, 2020

          A:  That’s what I used mine for and they are working fine. You may want to go longer than 10 in if possible. The 10 in ones hold my landscape timbers in place, but they could be picked up fairly easily if you wanted to. They do the job well enough though, and the timbers won’t move unless you are intentionally trying to move them.

          by|Nov 21, 2021
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            Great for setting up forms for a 1-foot concrete runner for a chicken enclosure. As an extra prec...
            Great for setting up forms for a 1-foot concrete runner for a chicken enclosure. As an extra precaution to prevent unwanted animals from digging under the runner, we used a 2-foot-wide run of 1/2" wire mesh. The wire mesh was laid on the ground and the one side of the forms was installed on top of the mesh (two or three inches of the mesh was inside the runner and covered with cement, while the remaining mesh protruded outside the runner at ground or subgrade level). That's where these spikes came in handy as an alternative to the traditional wooded stakes (can't hammer in a traditional wooden stake through 1/2" wire mesh to hold up the wooden forms used to encase the cement). In the pic, I had already covered the wire mesh outside the pour with dirt. Besides that, the spikes go into the ground much easier than a wooden stake. To keep the form from falling over, just use a spike on the inside and outside of the form. After you pour the cement, simply remove the inside stake before the cement hardens into concrete. I'll probably use spikes instead of wooden stakes for all my concrete forms.
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            I used them to anchor landscape timbers to the ground when making borders for planting areas. Wo...
            I used them to anchor landscape timbers to the ground when making borders for planting areas. Worked very well.
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            Used these 10" and the 12" in combination with a 3/8 drill bit pilot hole to secure my out door y...
            Used these 10" and the 12" in combination with a 3/8 drill bit pilot hole to secure my out door yard timber landscaping. Double stacked and worked well!!
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            these are securely holding my wood in place.
            these are securely holding my wood in place.
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            Are use these spikes to secure my travel trailer insulation skirting to the ground. Working very ...
            Are use these spikes to secure my travel trailer insulation skirting to the ground. Working very well!
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            Sturdy galvanized spikes that will keep intruders out and from...
            Sturdy galvanized spikes that will keep intruders out and from going over the wall! Priced right too. Very pleased with the product. Actually went back for more!!
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            Nice product. Wouldn’t hesitate to buy again....
            Nice product. Wouldn’t hesitate to buy again.
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            Not using plastic
            Worked well to set paver edging
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            Really easy to drive into the timber. No bending noted....
            Really easy to drive into the timber. No bending noted.
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