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#7 x 1-1/4 in. Square Maxi-Loc Head Fine Pocket-Hole Screw (100-Pack)

$7.58
  • Square-drive head and self-tapping tip for easy driving
  • Fine threads for hardwoods such as oak, cherry, maple
  • Zinc coating for use on indoor projects
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Kreg Zinc Screws are a good choice for a wide variety of indoor projects with limited exposure to the elements. Zinc screws provide adequate rust protection. Zinc screws serve as an affordable alternative to our more protective Blue-Kote and stainless screw varieties.

Highlights

  • Maxi-Loc washer head for standard Kreg pocket holes
  • Flat-bottom head and smooth shank draw the pocket-hole joint together tightly
  • Case-hardened steel won't bend, snap, or break
  • Fine threads for hardwoods such as oak, cherry, maple
  • Includes 100 screws
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Model # SML-F125-100

Store SKU # 402030

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Specifications

Dimensions

Screw Length

1-1/4 in

Size

#7

Thread Pitch (mm)

1.41 mm

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

18

Details

Drive Style

Square

Fastener Color

Silver

Fastener Material

Carbon Steel

Fastener Plating

Zinc

Fastener Type

Self-Drilling Screws

Features

No Additional Features

Head Style

Washer Head

Included

No Additional Items Included

Interior/Exterior

Interior

Materials Fastened

Wood to Wood

Measurement System

Inches

Package Quantity

100

Product Weight (lb.)

0.57 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Thread Style

Fine Thread

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

0

Questions & Answers

4Questions
caret
Q:What length screw for use with 3/4 plywood on face frames
by|Jun 28, 2021
3 Answers
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A:  Thanks for the question. If the material measures 3/4" you would want to use the Kreg 1 1/4" Coarse Thread Screws.

by|Jun 29, 2021

    A:  Yes, you should be ok with that one

    by|Jun 30, 2021

      A:  1 1/4" Kreg screw is the one to use.

      by|May 3, 2023
      caret
      Q:for 1/2 " plywood cabinets what size screw it best to use?
      by|Dec 29, 2020
      3 Answers
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      A:  1" or 1 1/4"

      by|Dec 30, 2020

        A:  Thank you for your inquiry. For 1/2" material, you will want to use a 1" screw.

        by|Dec 29, 2020

          A:  for 1/2" plywood , you want to use a 1" screw. A 1 1/4 will be too long and go through your wood. Are you using these for assembly of cabinets? If you are using to anchor cabinets, this screw will work fine for you.

          by|Dec 31, 2020
          caret
          Q:so what happens if you use the Fine thread instead of the Course thread on soft-wood? my local HD packed the wrong screw into my store pickup and I didn't notice until I got home. Its a 45 min drive to my HD so I'm not sure if I need to make another trip to get the Course thread or if it will be OK using Fine thread on Pine ?
          by|Jun 7, 2020
          5 Answers
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          A:  Hello Reptile Hobbyist. If you use a fine thread screw instead of a coarse thread it is likely to not hold as securely but that also depends on what you're building. What are you building and what purpose will it serve? I use fine thread for smaller to medium projects that will not bear a lot of weight. However, I have used a fine thread on a project when I ran out of my coarse thread but used liquid nail glue or LocTite on the threading and in the pilot hole as a precaution. Don't discard them, though, because you never know when you might need them.

          by|Jun 12, 2020

          A:  Thank you for your inquiry. When using fine thread in soft wood, you will need to make sure you are careful not to over torque that screw so it strips out.

          by|Jun 13, 2020

            A:  The coarse threads will grip the softwood better than the fine threads will. If that's all you have put a dab of glue on it to hold better.Hardwood needs the finer threads so it won't split the wood. Also a little bit of wax on those threads and they go in very smooth.

            by|Jul 7, 2020

            A:  The small threads won't bite very far into wood that isn't very strong to start with. If the joint is going to be under any stress at all, the fine screws are likely to pull out. In fact, you're likely to strip the hole when installing if you aren't very careful. In most cases, I wouldn't use them.

            by|Aug 4, 2020

              A:  Nothing - may have a propensity to not hold as tight over time - do not over tighten when installing as may strip wood.

              by|Jul 21, 2020
              caret
              Q:if i just want to screw some pine boards together which works better fine or coarse threads? thanks
              by|Oct 16, 2015
              5 Answers
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              A:  Course.

              by|Dec 17, 2020

                A:  Either or should work for you.

                by|Dec 17, 2020

                  A:  Use course threads for pine 2X4's and boards.

                  by|Dec 17, 2020
                  1 found this answer helpful

                  A:  coarse thread

                  by|Dec 17, 2020

                  A:  For soft wood, course thread is better. Fine thread for hardwoods like oak.

                  by|Dec 17, 2020
                  2 found this answer helpful
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                  Kreg's pocket hole system has changed the way I make different cabinets and furniture. The screws go in easy using their bit. I am so satisfied that I now also use them in other applications.
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                  The picture of first two screws that I've used to make a miter saw fence using maple wood.
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                    I purchased the Kreg pocket hole kit but it only came with a starter box of 2 1/2" + 1 1/2" pocke...
                    I purchased the Kreg pocket hole kit but it only came with a starter box of 2 1/2" + 1 1/2" pocket screws so i purchased more before running out. They're perfect! And they'll be very useful when i start making my audio shelf. In the interim, I made a saw table guide to cut large pieces of plywood and boards (as pictured). Each corner end and mid-section was joined together with pocket screws and wood glue.
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                    Great for hardwoods, they are self-tapping but I still pre-drill shallow holes. I used these most...
                    Great for hardwoods, they are self-tapping but I still pre-drill shallow holes. I used these most recently to join and oak top to a desk for my daughter.
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                    Sharp point. Good square pocket for bit to grip when driving.
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                    Correct size fo the job.
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