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2-1/2 in. Coarse Zinc-Plated Steel Square-Head Pocket Screw (50-Pack)

  • Steel material is durable and long lasting
  • Each screw is dri-lubed for easy driving
  • No pre-drilling is required
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Product Overview

Kreg's Zinc Screws are a good choice for a wide variety of indoor projects with limited exposure to the elements. Also there is a self-tapping auger point that eliminates the need to pre-drill your work pieces.
  • For pocket hole joinery
  • Steel material
  • 3 in. L
  • Zinc-plated coating and dri-lubed finished for easy driving
  • Large-thread diameter for great holding power
  • Self-tapping auger point eliminates pre-drilling

Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length
2-1/2 in
Thread Pitch
9

Details

Color Family
Zinc
Drive Style
Internal Square
Fastener Plating
Zinc
Fastener Type
Self-Drilling Screw
Fastener/Connector Material
Zinc
Features
Self Drilling
Finish
Zinc
Head Style
Square Head
Included
No Additional Items Included
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Measurement Standard
SAE
Package Quantity
50
Product Weight (lb.)
.48
Returnable
90-Day
Size
#8

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
30

Questions & Answers

3Questions17Answers

It appears you can only get this length of screw in coarse thread. Do they not make a fine thread...

Asked by John January 8, 2021
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Answers

Hi John I think you are right, I looked at Kreg for 2 1/2 in fine thread and could not find it.

What is the screw diameter, #6, #8, #10 or what?

Asked by Bob July 7, 2017
5
Answers

#8 diameter

Will they hold 2 2&1/2 boards together

Asked by ken January 16, 2017
10
Answers

If I understand your question correctly, " can you join 2 - 2 1/2 inch boards together?" YES

Customer Reviews

  • 4.8
    out of 247 reviews
  • 92% recommend this product
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Square heads suck.
Too expensive for such a crap product. If you have hours on end to properly drive the screws in have at it. Took 2-5 mins a piece because the square head stripped a bunch in the process. 0/10 recommend
by Bdog
Square heads suck.
Too expensive for such a crap product. If you have hours on end to properly drive the screws in have at it. Took 2-5 mins a piece because the square head stripped a bunch in the process. 0/10 recommend
by Bdog
I bought these to build a patio table. They...
I bought these to build a patio table. They worked great. The square head provided solid, continuous contact with the driver vs. Phillips head which can sometimes slip.
by LarryJ
2 people found this helpful
I had never used this before. It was easy to follow the instructions and use. My project turned o...
I had never used this before. It was easy to follow the instructions and use. My project turned out well.
by BigBert
3 people found this helpful
Love this brand and its hardware! Maybe on the pricey...
Love this brand and its hardware! Maybe on the pricey side but, you'll get what you paid for...!!!
by Nieves
2 people found this helpful
lightweight and easy to use Got the job done in no time.
lightweight and easy to use Got the job done in no time.
by Peter
1 person found this helpful
When working with wood the best screws to use is Kreg 2-1/2 in. Coarse Zinc-Plated Steel Square-H...
When working with wood the best screws to use is Kreg 2-1/2 in. Coarse Zinc-Plated Steel Square-Head Pocket Screw (50-Pack) I build this trophy display and used Kreg Screw.
by Birdman
1 person found this helpful
Highly recommend Kreg pocket screws. They are universal and extremely useful. I am currently usin...
Highly recommend Kreg pocket screws. They are universal and extremely useful. I am currently using the 2 1/2" pocket screws in multiple wood projects. Recently, I finished constructing some floating shelves for my garage and pocket screws seemed to be the better choice for my joints. These screws are durable and have endured a sufficient strain of weight on my shelves (see photos). My next project will be a 10' floating cube shelf in my garage that requires the Kreg 1 1/4" screws, which I also own and recommend, for the separating walls between each cube.
by Ru
1 person found this helpful
Unnecessary & Overpriced
No need to buy screws specifically for pocket holes, most any screw with a bugle or standard head will work better and can be accustomed to the specific project. These screws strip easy and will snap off in any hard wood (think maple or oak) whether you use fine or coarse thread. I use a Construction or deck screw or something stainless for exterior applications. These are overpriced and weak. GRK screws will help you out much better than these, just use a long star bit.
by William
6 people found this helpful
Those of you that work with wood know that Kreg is a great way of joining wood. The face frame of...
Those of you that work with wood know that Kreg is a great way of joining wood. The face frame of this cabinet is make with Kreg joinery.
by Woodchip
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