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Strong-Drive 3 in. x 0.148 in. SCN Smooth-Shank HDG Connector Nail (250-Pack)

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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-in
  • Shank diameter: 0.148 in.
  • Head diameter: 0.31 in.
  • Hot-dip galvanized, Class D coating meets the requirements of ASTM A153, Class D and provides a medium-level of corrosion resistance
  • Quantity: 250
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Q:pressure treated wooden deck
by|Apr 18, 2020
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A:  I used 3" galvanized spiral nails.

by|Jan 17, 2022
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    A:  Depends on where you are going to use them. For deck hangers and such I would suggest nails are they have higher shear strength. However, for deck boards I would use screws.

    by|Jun 18, 2021
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    A:  These nails can be part of the process. These nails are for fastening metal joist hangers etc to the structural members. They really aren't for attaching the decking to the joists. Outdoor screws are a good choice for attaching the decking to the joists. There are nails specifically designed for decking as well. Outdoor screws are not a good choice for building the structural framework. Outdoor screws are brittle. They break easily. They can shear off under stress. Look for "structural" screws for assembling the framework. They are made with higher strength. There are building codes that regulate all this in many areas of the United States. Read about whatever product you buy to make sure it is compatible with treated lumber.

    by|Oct 7, 2022
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      Q:Whats the shear rating on these nails?
      by|Sep 26, 2019
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      A:  The shear value will vary depending on what species of wood it is being fastened to, what gauge of steel it is going through, etc. Please refer to the National Design Specification (NDS) Table 12P which has allowable shear loads for nails with steel side members ranging from 20 to 12 gauge thickness. SCN nails are ASTM F1667 compliant, so they can be calculated per the equations in NDS (or customers can use the NDS tables). The complete NDS (and all the fastener tables) is available for free on the American Wood Council’s website: (Link to 2018 NDS) https://www.awc.org/pdf/codes-standards/publications/nds/AWC-NDS2018-ViewOnly-171117.pdf. Thank you!

      by|Jun 18, 2021
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        I used these on my 2x10 hangers were used for my porch and they were easy to use. No issues when ...
        I used these on my 2x10 hangers were used for my porch and they were easy to use. No issues when nailing them in, but it was a work out for sure! I would recommend using a nail gun if you can afford it.
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          So far so good. Installed about 14 of them into Simpson Strong Tie Joist Hangers. And 4 of them f...
          So far so good. Installed about 14 of them into Simpson Strong Tie Joist Hangers. And 4 of them for block cross hatch. I plan on getting more of them. The1 1/2 for gable end short block joists. Thumbs Up.!!! Thank You Home Depot. And Quick Delivery.
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          Great for the toe nails in the joist hangers. Well galvanized coating.
          Great for the toe nails in the joist hangers. Well galvanized coating.
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          Good quality nails, consistent with no misshaped heads or points....
          Good quality nails, consistent with no misshaped heads or points. Did not bend or deform if blows were slightly off center. Do recommend a heavier framing hammer (waffle faced) or palm nailer when installing.
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          Great product what else can I say. Simpson and Home...
          Great product what else can I say. Simpson and Home Depot always have great products
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            Nails. they work good....
            Nails. they work good.
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