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Model # 16D5HDG-R

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Strong-Drive 3-1/2 in. x 0.162 in. SCN Smooth-Shank HDG Connector Nail (200-Pack)

$19.98
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About This Product

Best-in-class, load-tested fasteners; Strong-Drive structural fasteners are engineered and extensively tested to efficiently meet your most demanding wood and metal applications. Stronger can also be faster. The Strong-Drive family is designed to install easier than other fastening methods, which saves time and money.

Highlights

  • Simpson Strong-Tie Connector nails are the best choice for Simpson Strong-Tie connectors
  • Head ID stamp for easy identification
  • Smooth shank
  • Smooth head
  • Length: 3-1/2-in
  • Shank diameter: 0.162 in.
  • Head diameter: 0.34 in.
  • Hot-dip galvanized, Class D coating meets the requirements of ASTM A153, Class D and provides a medium-level of corrosion resistance
  • Quantity: 200
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Product Information

Internet # 206101780

Model # 16D5HDG-R

Store SKU # 599916

Specifications

Dimensions

Fastener Head Width (in.)

.344 in

Fastener Length (in.)

3.5 in

Nail Length (In.)

3 1/2 in.

Details

Color Family

Steel

Fastener Callout Size

16d

Fastener Material

Carbon Steel

Fastener Type

Non-Collated Wood Joiner Nail

Features

ACQ Rated

Finish

Hot-Dip Galvanized, Class D

Finish Family

Galvanized

Included

No Additional Items Included

Interior/Exterior

Exterior, Interior

Nail Coating

Hot Galvanized

Nail Type

Wood Joiner Nail

Package Quantity

200

Product Weight (lb.)

5.6 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Shank Type

Smooth Shank

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

1Question
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Q:How many nails approximately in the 5 lb box?
by|Aug 9, 2016
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A:  about 350

by|Sep 14, 2019
1 found this answer helpful

A:  200. But BEWARE: Home Depot notoriously overcharges their online pricing as much as 15% or more. This price for this item is no exception.

by|Jan 28, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  There are about 200 nails in each bucket.

    by|Jun 27, 2019
      4 found this answer helpful

      A:  There are approximately 40 - 16d5HDG nails per pound so there are approximately 200 nails per 5 lb. box. Thank you!

      by|Jan 28, 2023
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  Approximately 260

        by|Sep 14, 2019
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          These screws were used for the connecting my porch rim joist to the anchors, and also on my raise...
          These screws were used for the connecting my porch rim joist to the anchors, and also on my raised shed. I put in myself three years ago and have had no issue with them. Basic product no frill and did not have any defects that I could see as far as galvanized nails go.
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            These connector nails are very strong with minimal failures using...
            These connector nails are very strong with minimal failures using my palm nailer.
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            These are great screws. The heads don't strip very easy. The only bad part is they don't include ...
            These are great screws. The heads don't strip very easy. The only bad part is they don't include any bits.
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            I love the torx bit used for these screws. It is great that they give you two bits, which is all ...
            I love the torx bit used for these screws. It is great that they give you two bits, which is all that is required. The only negative I can find is the lack of tensile strength with stainless steel screws. Apparently this is the case with most stainless steel vs steel screws.
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            The best nails I have ever used.
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            Needed them for my chicken coop.
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