100 No. Rawlplug Roofing Screws (various sizes) e.g. 6.3x90x4.18mm Was £19.40 now £5.90 @ Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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100 No. Rawlplug Roofing Screws (various sizes) e.g. 6.3x90x4.18mm Was £19.40 now £5.90 @ Screwfix

£5.90 @ Screwfix
Plenty of sizes to choose from from 25mm (£2.52/100) to 120mm (£7.79/100) These are good to 'have in' but also useful for any timber carcassing or gate/fence/man shed making. Stainless hex head so …
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Plenty of sizes to choose from from 25mm (£2.52/100) to 120mm (£7.79/100)

These are good to 'have in' but also useful for any timber carcassing or gate/fence/man shed making. Stainless hex head so no cam out if you decide to modify your creation five years down the line. :)

I built a gate using these and 4x2 and 6x1 timber, a neighbour commented he'd need a battering ram to get through it. ;)
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#1
ive just built a shed and used them to fix the 4 x 2 framing. they are an excellent fixing. have some heat.
#2
The "was" price on these is massively over inflated.
#3
Ha ha these are not wood screws !!!!! They have a huge nut head , so can't sink into timber like a wood screw and has a tight thread not made for timber!!!!! DIY
#4
You can still use them in timber though.
#5
Their designed for corrugated steel roofs , why would you pay £5.90 for these and using them as timber screws ? When you can buy 100 x 100 mm screws for £7 ? And they do the correct job !!!!!!
#6
yozzman1234
Ha ha these are not wood screws !!!!! They have a huge nut head , so can't sink into timber like a wood screw and has a tight thread not made for timber!!!!! DIY

they sink into timber framing just fine. ive done it this week.
#7
How can a hex nut head sink in flush or sink ? It would slip out your bit
#8
with a cordless drill and a bit of pressure they sunk in no problem. well they did on the framing a built up.
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Trust me, these bite like a Thai lady of the night. You need a drill with a torque control for best effect. They do self tap quite aggressively.
#10
yozzman1234
Their designed for corrugated steel roofs , why would you pay £5.90 for these and using them as timber screws ? When you can buy 100 x 100 mm screws for £7 ? And they do the correct job !!!!!!
You can use these to fix through metal into wood, see it all the time on site.
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darksideby182
yozzman1234
Their designed for corrugated steel roofs , why would you pay £5.90 for these and using them as timber screws ? When you can buy 100 x 100 mm screws for £7 ? And they do the correct job !!!!!!
You can use these to fix through metal into wood, see it all the time on site.


Yes it can be screwed into wood , but the head is designed to clamp metal roof against the timber . These are not designed to connect 2 pieces of timber together . If you used these to screw timber together on my site , I would kick you off .
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yozzman1234
darksideby182
yozzman1234
Their designed for corrugated steel roofs , why would you pay £5.90 for these and using them as timber screws ? When you can buy 100 x 100 mm screws for £7 ? And they do the correct job !!!!!!
You can use these to fix through metal into wood, see it all the time on site.
Yes it can be screwed into wood , but the head is designed to clamp metal roof against the timber . These are not designed to connect 2 pieces of timber together . If you used these to screw timber together on my site , I would kick you off .
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