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Model # 10DHDG-R

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Strong-Drive 3 in. x 0.148 in. SCN Smooth-Shank HDG Connector Nail (50-Pack)

$5.28
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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-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: 50
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Product Information

Internet # 206101773

Model # 10DHDG-R

Store SKU # 599880

Specifications

Dimensions

Fastener Head Width (in.).313 inFastener Length (in.)3 in
Nail Length (In.)3 in.

Details

Color FamilySteelFastener Callout Size10d
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 Quantity50
Product Weight (lb.)1.2 lbReturnable90-Day
Shank TypeSmooth Shank

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited Warranty

Questions & Answers

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Q:Your pricing and pictures and descriptions all don't match,.
by|Jun 12, 2020
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Q:I need wood nails, why are they telling me about fasteners?
by|Nov 3, 2018
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A:  Nails and screws are technically termed "fasteners." In other words, nails are fasteners...

by|Jul 8, 2019
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    A:  Not sure but I used these with wood and they work just fine.

    by|Jul 8, 2019
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      Hold the joist to beam very well.
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      It’s a nail. It nailed in what I required nailing In. Worked as advertised.
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      These are a perfect fit for Simpson Strong tie stringer connectors.
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