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3/8 in. x 10 in. Galvanized-Steel Spike Nails (50 lbs.-Pack)

  • 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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Product Overview

The Grip-Rite 3/8 in. x 10 in. Galvanized-Steel Spike Nails (50 lbs./Pack) are a great choice for securing railroad ties. The spike nails are rust- and weather resistant. The nails feature a smooth shank and a hot-dipped galvanized finish.
  • Use to secure railroad ties
  • Made of steel
  • Resists rust and weathering
  • Log construction

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
10 in
Assembled Width (in.)
.75 in
Fastener Length (in.)
10

Details

Color Family
Metallics
Fastener Type
Nail
Pack Size
225
Product Weight (lb.)
50 lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited

Questions & Answers

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Can someone advise regarding the diameter of the nail head? Thinking about using as landscape sp...

Asked by Ray April 1, 2021
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Answer

the head size is 3/4 in

Can I purchase 3 spikes vs 50lbs?

Asked by Richard August 3, 2020
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Answer

please check with your local store to see if these are available as singles.

what length spike nail to secure 4×4 pressure treated lumber

Asked by Duke April 29, 2019
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spike length should be at least double the size of the timber being secured.

How many nails in the 50 pound box?

Asked by Lefty February 6, 2019
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Yes, I just opened a box and counted 156 nails. I am sure the amount will vary, and I noticed a few bent ones. There was one that looked like it was 12 in.

I am digging a hole for the installation of a basement egress window. It is my intention to use ...

Asked by Barb July 17, 2018
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Yes, This is the correct hardware. Also use 4'+ rebar, driven into the ground to provide lateral support for the bottom lumber

What size pilot hole do you drill in landscape timbers for nail

Asked by Matty June 23, 2018
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Answer

I drilled a 1/4 inch hole. It was more difficult to drive the spikes but they seem to hold a lot better.

The listing says these are available with a spiral shank, but I don't find that option--not sure ...

Asked by Shawn April 16, 2018
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I could not find any either.

Can I use it to put weed cover fabric in place?

Asked by Zin March 28, 2017
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Sure, that will work

do they sell indivdual ones?

Asked by Mike August 25, 2015
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yes, they are .70$ each

how many nails in a 50# box of 3/8 IN. X 10 IN. GALVANIZED-STEEL SPIKE NAILS (50 LB. PACK)

Asked by john2 June 7, 2014
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Answer

Thank you for your question! These come approximately 2.9 spikes/pound, so there are roughly 145 spikes in the 50 lb. box. Thanks again, and have a great day!

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 78% recommend this product
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by WENDY
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Great product. Used on a retaining wall...
Great product. Used on a retaining wall
by George
Haven’t used them yet but they are big stronger my...
Haven’t used them yet but they are big stronger my nails. I think they will meet my needs with no problems.
by BigBuns
I viewed these online before purchasing them from The Home Depot store and they didnt say they we...
I viewed these online before purchasing them from The Home Depot store and they didnt say they were the metallic galvanized. These are substandard when compared to the old galvanized spikes which I still had a few of. I bought a whole box of these for a landscape timber project. I drill 3/8" pilot holes before inserting the spike and one actually bent when hammering it in. I have noticed this problem even with the regular size nails. I have been using the galvanized nails and spikes for several years and have been wanting to contact grip rite about the poor quality of the metallic nails. I use them for various outside projects for my animal rescue group and notice the metallic ones corrode when used to attach hardware cloth to the ground to keep dogs from digging in certain areas.
by ARNT
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This is one of those times when what you see...
This is one of those times when what you see is what you get. They look like giant nails, they hold things in the ground and they’re very shiny. Boom.
by Maple
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Does the job!
Does the job!
by HomeownerMaker
Perfect for holding together my timber retaining wall...
Perfect for holding together my timber retaining wall
by HomeDepotCustomer
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