#10 x 3/4" Self-Drilling X Metal Screw Clear-Zinc Coating - Pkg, 5000

SKU: X34B1016-5K

$115.98
Simpson Self-Drilling X Metal Screw is available in a Clear-Zinc Coating and a Quik Guard Coating. Used to apply steel decking to structural steel.
Simpson Self-Drilling X Metal Screw is available in a Clear-Zinc Coating and a Quik Guard Coating. Used to apply steel decking to structural steel....
Simpson Self-Drilling X Metal Screw is available in a Clear-Zinc Coating and a Quik Guard Coating. Used to apply steel decking to structural steel.

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Diameter:
#10

Quantity:
5,000

Finish Spec:
Zinc

Head Type:
Hex Washer

Length Spec:
3/4"

Manufacturer Name:
Simpson Strong-Tie

Drive Type:
5/16" Hex

Product Guide:

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J.
These screws can really skate! They walk off when drilling at even a slight angle

(This review is to apply the correct star rating intended for the previous review)

I'll preface this review with the information that I'm a fan of the other Strong-Tie products we've purchased for this owner-build house project. We are currently building a steel frame residence (cold formed steel with metal studs ranging from 20 to 16 gauge).

Because of the open C channel design of the metal studs it is not possible, in most cases, to hold the screw at a perfect 90 degree angle. These self-drilling screws have a propensity to skate when held at even a small angle of attack - as little as 75 degrees.

Prior to ordering these Simpson Strong-Tie screws, we were using identical size Grabber self-drilling #10 x 3/4" screws that performed much better when coming into the work surface at an angle.

Had I known these Strong-Tie screws have this tendency to wander off from the intended target point, I would have stayed with the Grabber product. I now regret this purchase.

Thank you for taking the time to provide us feedback and we are sorry to hear you are not satisfied with this product. Quality of our products is very important to us and customer reviews help us to improve our processes. If you wish to discuss this further or have any questions, please email customerservice@fastnersplus.com and we would be happy to look into this for you.

J
James
These screws can really skate!

I'll preface this review with the information that I'm a fan of the other Strong-Tie products we've purchased for this owner-build house project. We are currently building a steel frame residence (cold formed steel with metal studs ranging from 20 to 16 gauge).

Because of the open C channel design of the metal studs it is not possible, in most cases, to hold the screw at a perfect 90 degree angle. These self-drilling screws have a propensity to skate when held at even a small angle of attack - as little as 75 degrees.

Prior to ordering these Simpson Strong-Tie screws, we were using identical size Grabber self-drilling #10 x 3/4" screws that performed much better when coming into the work surface at an angle.

Had I known these Strong-Tie screws have this tendency to wander off from the intended target point, I would have stayed with the Grabber product. I now regret this purchase.



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    J.
    These screws can really skate! They walk off when drilling at even a slight angle

    (This review is to apply the correct star rating intended for the previous review)

    I'll preface this review with the information that I'm a fan of the other Strong-Tie products we've purchased for this owner-build house project. We are currently building a steel frame residence (cold formed steel with metal studs ranging from 20 to 16 gauge).

    Because of the open C channel design of the metal studs it is not possible, in most cases, to hold the screw at a perfect 90 degree angle. These self-drilling screws have a propensity to skate when held at even a small angle of attack - as little as 75 degrees.

    Prior to ordering these Simpson Strong-Tie screws, we were using identical size Grabber self-drilling #10 x 3/4" screws that performed much better when coming into the work surface at an angle.

    Had I known these Strong-Tie screws have this tendency to wander off from the intended target point, I would have stayed with the Grabber product. I now regret this purchase.

    Thank you for taking the time to provide us feedback and we are sorry to hear you are not satisfied with this product. Quality of our products is very important to us and customer reviews help us to improve our processes. If you wish to discuss this further or have any questions, please email customerservice@fastnersplus.com and we would be happy to look into this for you.

    J
    James
    These screws can really skate!

    I'll preface this review with the information that I'm a fan of the other Strong-Tie products we've purchased for this owner-build house project. We are currently building a steel frame residence (cold formed steel with metal studs ranging from 20 to 16 gauge).

    Because of the open C channel design of the metal studs it is not possible, in most cases, to hold the screw at a perfect 90 degree angle. These self-drilling screws have a propensity to skate when held at even a small angle of attack - as little as 75 degrees.

    Prior to ordering these Simpson Strong-Tie screws, we were using identical size Grabber self-drilling #10 x 3/4" screws that performed much better when coming into the work surface at an angle.

    Had I known these Strong-Tie screws have this tendency to wander off from the intended target point, I would have stayed with the Grabber product. I now regret this purchase.