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    Default Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    I need about 40 two inch #10 or #12, flat head, stainless steel woodscrews. I thought I could order them from Graingers, but they don't carry them. I even e-mailed them to see if they could order them for me, but they either can't or won't.

    Does anyone know where I could order these screws???

    Thanks!!!

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    If you want to order them you could try www.fastenal.com

    Otherwise if you have any boating supply stores nearby (like West Marine Or Boat U.S.) you should be able to walk in there and buy them.

    Spence

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    Rich, try these guys: Fastenal

    If they don't have it, you don't need it. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] (But I just checked their catalog, and they do.)

    John

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    Last time I purchased SS screws I got them from jamestowndistributors.com A box of 100 screws you are looking for is about $15. They have a lot of different varieties if you click on Fasteners.
    When I am in a hurry I buy screws at Fastenal like others have suggested. It's the closest place to buy the kind of product to my house.

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    I get mine from Lowes.


    Regards,
    Duber

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    Another good source of woodworking fasteners is McFeeleys . I've never ordered from them but get their catalogs regularly [img]/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    My local Home Depot has them in boxes of 50, only with a square drive (not an issue for my use).

    -Norm

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    I get all my specialty fasteners from Bolt Depot. Their items are sold by the piece or the full box. Even with shipping they were better than my local HD for some galvanized deck bolts, and I didn't have to pick through the box to try and find the right sized fasteners (as I do at HD.)

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    I will echo going to McFeeleys for screws and other fastners. They deal mainly in square drive but I use them by choice. A pox on Phillips head screws, they are intended to strip out to prevent overdriving. I am leary of nail guns so do my framing using 3" #10 wood screws - much stronger and I can put them exactly where I want them.

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    Default Re: Stainless Steel Woodscrews

    I am in favor of using square drive screws. Easy to get in Canada. But there seems to be a reluctance to stock and use them in the States. Square drive SS screws will twist off before the square drive slips. [img]/forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

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