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#9 x 3 in. Phillips Bugle-Head Construction Screw (1 lb./Box)

  • For general, interior wood to wood applications
  • Type 17 drill point creates own pilot point and eases driving
  • Star drive provides better torque transfer improving drivability
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Product Overview

For the most comprehensive selection of 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 Fasteners has the optimal fastening solution, available nationwide from a variety of dealers and retail establishments. There are many sizes and styles of 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 and in many cases are known by the application for which they are intended.
  • T-17 point eliminates the need to pre-drill and reduces splitting
  • Star drive head reduces bit spinout
  • Nibs under drive head seat fastener perfectly in wood
  • Auger threads aggressively cut through wood
  • Common project applications: remodeling, fencing, storage, cabinets, framing
  • California residents

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Head StyleBugle HeadBugle HeadBugle HeadBugle Head
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Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length
3 in
Thread Pitch
.111

Details

Color Family
Gold
Drive Style
Phillips
Fastener Plating
Zinc & Yellow
Fastener Type
Specialty Fastener
Fastener/Connector Material
Steel
Features
Coated
Finish
Yellow Zinc
Finish Family
Zinc
Head Style
Bugle Head
Included
Driver Bit
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Materials Fastened
Wood to Wood
Measurement Standard
SAE
Package Quantity
72
Product Weight (lb.)
1 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Size
#9

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
No

Questions & Answers

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can grip-rite chime in? are the #9 construction screw same strength as the #9 primeguard coated s...

Asked by joe February 24, 2021
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The diameters are the exact same for both screws as well as the shear strength & torque values

Is it ok to use these in a pressure treated baseplate while finishing a basement?

Asked by Lenny February 16, 2021
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these screws are not recommended for pressure treated wood

In the discription it says star drive but in title it says phillips. So which is it phillips are terrible drive types

Asked by Twint January 12, 2021
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I am not at the house where these are stored. The screws are either T20 or T25 and a driver was included in the package. Good product.

Does the 10Lb box include the driver bit?

Asked by TJ August 6, 2020
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Ok, screws will buy again!

Do these work as replacement for door hinge screws?

Asked by Rf May 12, 2020
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A number #9 hinge screw is likely what you are after. 3" or 2 .5" is common. A hinge screw is not threaded all the way to the head.

I am planning to use these screws for garage overhead hanging shelves. Are these screws recommended to use screw into 2x4 to the ceiling?

Asked by Bill November 17, 2019
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Yes I would recommend these screws. They drive really well & have alot of bite to them... They will also pull the wood so tight that they counter sink themselves.

Would these be suitable for building bunk beds?

Asked by Sandy February 4, 2019
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if i were going to use these screws i would pre drill the holes to keep from splitting the wood .. they will hold great for them

building a screw organizer at this is confusing. SKU matches to this screw. In your online descri...

Asked by TremendousTC October 24, 2018
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I think it's a #9. Shaft is as thick as other #9's I've used.

Can these be used to build a stand needing to hold roughly 500 pounds spread out?

Asked by Will October 15, 2018
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well i would use wood to go with them but yes they will hold great

grip rite construction screws. on box it says "for use in any non-structural construction project...

Asked by Bogie March 11, 2018
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That is correct. Unless your engineer has specified their use for that application I would not use in that way. They are perfect for fastening beck boards, treads etc and remember times 2 is the math to determine the screw needed.

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absolutely worthless
I bought two boxes of these for a home project. extremely hard to get them started in the wood, no matter how much weight you put behind it. I ended , must be made of that imported steel. :-( ended up throwing 1.8 boxes away and going somewhere else for screws that worked!
by john
good product, should be labeled better
I purchased a couple one pound boxes of these to build a kayak rack, attached to the back side of our utility shed. As far workability, they were great, I REALLY like Torx or square head drive screws so much better than Phillips or modified Phillips style; they grip the bit and do not strip out. Anyway, the project went fine, but upon reading the box closer (a week later when I was spec'ing out costs on another project in mind) I see that they ARE NOT supposed to be used on treated lumber and not so great so exterior use. The box does state that they are not intended for treated lumber, but it's on the rear panel and not very obvious. I bought this particular style because they were a bit more economical than the epoxy coated style (which I've used as well) and a few more to the pound, but I should have purchased a product specifically labelled for treated lumber. SO I don't think they'll rust away really fast or anything, but hopefully I'll remember and within the first year, go through the rack and replace each with a proper decking screw. My fault for not reading closer, manufacturer fault for not designing their label better to communicate the intended usages. Otherwise I would give them a 5 star instead of 4.
by Jaseman
I replaced my tiny screws on my exterior doors with these screws. Added protection against those...
I replaced my tiny screws on my exterior doors with these screws. Added protection against those who wish to enter your home without a key. Strengthens your hinges, striker plates and dead bolts on your exterior doors and the room in your house that you use as your safe room. I would recommend using them.
by ojustme
1 person found this helpful
Great product!!
Great product!!
by VB1
Always been a good product, works well for the job
Always been a good product, works well for the job
by Annette0555
Used them to build this little produce stand out of reclaimed wood and scrap 2x4s. Didn't need t...
Used them to build this little produce stand out of reclaimed wood and scrap 2x4s. Didn't need to pre-drill pilot holes. I highly recommend using a 20V drill or Impact driver for it.
by Adanvjr
Excellent for shelf building, adds durability! Easy grip on wood, eliminated need to pre-drill ho...
Excellent for shelf building, adds durability! Easy grip on wood, eliminated need to pre-drill holes.
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by Naynay
scratching my head
i have used these for several years. if you are building where there will be any significant weight or any shear weight [90 degrees to the screw] you do NOT want to use drywall screws, no matter how long they are. these are much stronger in every way. however, in my last box I came across one that has me puzzled as to its application. [see pic] this is obviously a mistake and I have only ever found this one in all the boxes I have bought. but, if I find more in future boxes, I will be returning the box for exchange. this is a good product, but these are too expensive to get unusable ones.
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