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  • We used galvanized nuts on a ledger board installed under our home. The ledger board hold steps ...
  • August 13, 2019
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We used galvanized nuts on a ledger board installed under our home. The ledger board hold steps that are exposed to weather and water can sometimes seep down. Using galvanized nuts will slow any rust that may occur from moisture. I buy my easterners in bulk rather than a few at a time. It is more convenient and saves money. It is nice that our Home Depot keeps a good stock on various types of fasteners.

Pros Good Size & Weight, bulk packaging

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mixerdude

Kingman AZ
55 to 64, Male
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  • wrong number in package
  • July 27, 2019
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Ordered these online. Should have been a 50 count but only about a dozen in the bag. Customer service was no help. Only option was to do a return and try another store.

archaliens

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  • Buyer beware. The first box of nuts wouldn't even...
  • October 23, 2018

Buyer beware. The first box of nuts wouldn't even thread onto the bolt at home. Took it back to the store and they tried two boxes (both bad) before they found a third box that the nut would actually thread onto the bolt. Suggest checking the nut threads onto bolt before leaving the store and possibly saving you a trip back to HD. Exchange bad parts for good parts was never an issue. Still a big fan of HD customer support!

TLEE

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By: TLEE
  • August 02, 2019
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These half inch coarse thread galvanized steel hex nut came with fifty pieces in the box which was more than enough to complete the deck project. Galvanized nuts and bolts work great for treated lumber to prevent staining. My first thought was, “How did fifty nuts fit in such a small box?”, but they do. After all the kidding was said and done we got to work!

Pros Durable, Easy to Install, Sturdy

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Yukoneric

NM
65 or over, Male
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  • I guess these are good. They have a hex...
  • September 25, 2018

I guess these are good. They have a hex head. They are made of steel. They are galvanized. They fit on the 1/2" bolts. How can one review a bunch of dumb bolts???

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Dman

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By: Dman
  • Incredibly rough, burred, poor quality with tolerances that flux between...
  • February 06, 2019

Incredibly rough, burred, poor quality with tolerances that flux between bolts. Sadly Home Depot didn't have better quality bolts in stock

Jay

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By: Jay
  • nut
  • December 17, 2014
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What can you say about a nut, it tightened on the bolt and stayed there

dcselectric

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  • 2 Star Review
  • February 06, 2019

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  • This offering from Everbilt is a fifty unit per box supply of one-half inch very nice quality gal...
  • August 05, 2019
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This offering from Everbilt is a fifty unit per box supply of one-half inch very nice quality galvanized steel nuts, in 13 threads per inch “course” size. If you are working with cut it yourself lengths of half inch continuous thread steel rod, also available in several lengths from Home Depot, or a large number of standard size bolts, you are going to use a more than a few of these threaded half inch nuts, so the economy of this bulk package is attractive. The weight bearing capacity is impressive. They are heavily galvanized, assuring a long service life even in high humidity area use, and the high corrosion resistance means adjustments and even disassembly should not be a problem, as long as you select bolts and other hardware for them of the same quality. The box describes the contents as “course”. Don’t be fooled by this, as the term refers only to the industry standard designation of 13 threads per inch being in the “course” rather than the “fine” thread category, which has more threads per inch, but is not necessarily a better choice for general and high load bearing applications. Never guess, always evaluate your actual needs and carefully select hardware rated for it. This product promises high reliability and long service life. Fifty of these in one place has a bit of weight, so it is appreciated that they come to you in an appropriately strong but small cardboard box with positive closure, to keep them where they belong in transit and on your storage shelf. This is an excellent choice , and I am more than pleased with it.

Pros Durable, Nice Design, Sturdy

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Bill

Southern Connecticut
65 or over, Male
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  • June 18, 2020

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