|Screw Length||3 in||Size||#8|
|Thread Pitch (mm)||16 mm||Threads Per Inch (TPI)||0.067|
|Drive Style||Phillips||Fastener Color||Black|
|Fastener Material||Alloy Steel||Fastener Plating||Phosphate|
|Fastener Type||Drywall Screws||Features||No Additional Features|
|Head Style||Bugle Head||Included||Driver Bit|
|Package Quantity||78||Product Weight (lb.)||1 lb|
A: Yes, these can be used to install drywall to metal studs.
A: head diameter is 5/16"
A: The same as any other sheetrock screw that I've used, 9/64 inch, 3.3mm.
A: An 8 gauge screw is about 4.2mm in diameter. You’ll want an anchor slightly larger than that but anchors are typically purchased by holding capacity so the size anchor needed for the project largely depends on what is being held
A: It works very smoothly. It goes along with my drill bit.
A: The chemicals in treated lumber can cause/accelerate corrosion on fasteners not rated for treated lumber. I have seen this often in fencing. You could contact the manufacturer also @ 1-800-676-7777. The box clearly states: 1. Should not be used in treated lumber. 2. Should not be used where surface rust is unacceptable.
A: I placed a peg board in my garage,screws worked fine...
A: They work the same as well as regular wood.
A: May be some long term staining, depends on the treatment.