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Strong-Drive 3-1/2 in. x 0.162 in. SCN Smooth-Shank HDG Connector Nail (40-Pack)

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  • Global leader in structural construction products since 1956
  • Products designed and tested for strength and easy installation
  • Diverse product line trusted by Pros and DIYers alike
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.

  • 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: 40
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Product ID #: 206101781Internet #: 707392503330Model #: 16DHDG-R
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Specifications

Dimensions

Fastener Head Width (in.).344 inFastener Length (in.)3.5 in
Nail Length (In.)3 1/2 in.

Details

Color FamilySteelFastener Callout Size16d
Fastener MaterialCarbon SteelFastener TypeNon-Collated Wood Joiner Nail
FeaturesACQ RatedFinishHot-Dip Galvanized, Class D
Finish FamilyGalvanizedIncludedNo Additional Items Included
Interior/ExteriorExterior, InteriorNail CoatingHot Galvanized
Nail TypeWood Joiner NailPackage Quantity40
Product Weight (lb.)1.25 lbReturnable90-Day
Shank TypeSmooth Shank

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Warranty
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Questions & Answers

3Questions
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Q:Do you make a G185 j bolt for connecting your post base to wet cement?
by|May 16, 2022
1 Answer
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A:  Hello Kenny, this is Stacy with Simpson Strong-Tie. We do not carry j bolts and our anchor bolts cannot be made in ZMAX G185. I would suggest you take a look at the SB and SSTB anchor bolts because they can be ordered in HDG which is equivalent to G185. If you have any other questions feel free to call us at (800) 999-5099. We look forward to speaking with you.

by|May 17, 2022
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    Q:What's the lateral design value Z (single shear) for use with southern pine, specific gravity 0.55, and side member 1-1/2" ?
    by|Jul 22, 2019
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    A:  African or European nail?

    by|Nov 7, 2021

      A:  This is a 16d common nail so the values would be per the National Design Specification; you can look up the design values in NDS-2018, Table 12N. The Reference lateral design value (Z) for a 16d common (0.162x3.5) is 154 lb. for a connection where the main and side members are Southern Pine and the side member is 1-1/2” thick. The reference value is to be adjusted per NDS-2018, Table 11.3.1. Thank you!

      by|Oct 8, 2022
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        Q:what would be the recommended nail for 1"x6"x6' treated pine fence panel?
        by|Mar 13, 2018
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        A:  No, the product is not suitable for that application.

        by|May 5, 2023

          A:  I'm assuming you mean a 1x6, which is 3/4" thick by 5 1/2" wide. I'm also assuming you will be nailing into 2x material (1 1/2" thick). You should use 8d x 2" long ring-shank nails, either HDG (hot-dip galvanized) or 304 stainless. Or 2" long coated or stainless deck screws. HDG nails and coated screws will last a while, maybe even ten years, but will eventually rust away. I've seen them begin to rust in just a few years too in certain situations. Stainless will outlast the boards, but is more expensive. Depends on how much you have to do and how long you want it to last and what your budget is. If you have a lot of fence boards to nail up, there are plenty of places you can get 2" x 0.113" stainless ring shank nails for nail guns.

          by|Oct 8, 2022
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