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Pro-Fit 010159 Deck Nail Pro-Fit 0010199 Deck Nail Pro-Fit 0010132 Deck Nail
ProFIT Deck Nail, 8D, 2-1/2 in L, Steel, Hot-Dipped Galvanized, Head Type: Flat, Shank Type: Spiral, Package Quantity: 25 lb, Head Size: 17/64 in, Nails per Pound: 130, Point Type: Diamond ProFIT Deck Nail, 16D, 3-1/2 in L, Steel, Hot-Dipped Galvanized, Head Type: Flat, Shank Type: Spiral, Package Quantity: 25 lb, Head Size: 11/32 in, Nails per Pound: 59, Point Type: Diamond
Pro-Fit 010152 Deck Nail Pro-Fit 010172 Deck Nail Pro-Fit 0010182 Deck Nail
Pro-Fit 0010192 Deck Nail Pro-Fit 010202 Deck Nail Stormguard T4491S050 Hand Driven Deck Nail
These nails are made from stiffer stock steel so the shanks can be smaller in diameter to help reduce wood splitting without bending. Ring and spiral shanks provide exceptional holding power. Producers of treated lumber and many building codes specify hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel nails because they have a life expectancy comparable to that of the treated lumber.
Stormguard T4490S050 Hand Driven Deck Nail Stormguard T449S050 Hand Driven Deck Nail Stormguard T447S050 Hand Driven Deck Nail
These nails are made from stiffer stock steel so the shanks can be smaller in diameter to help reduce wood splitting without bending. Ring and spiral shanks provide exceptional holding power. Producers of treated lumber and many building codes specify hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel nails because they have a life expectancy comparable to that of the treated lumber. These nails are made from stiffer stock steel so the shanks can be smaller in diameter to help reduce wood splitting without bending. Ring and spiral shanks provide exceptional holding power. Producers of treated lumber and many building codes specify hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel nails because they have a life expectancy comparable to that of the treated lumber. These nails are made from stiffer stock steel so the shanks can be smaller in diameter to help reduce wood splitting without bending. Ring and spiral shanks provide exceptional holding power. Producers of treated lumber and many building codes specify hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel nails because they have a life expectancy comparable to that of the treated lumber.
   
 
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