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Old 04-24-2013, 03:57 AM   #21
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Re: Fine Thread Vs Course Thread Screws

Originally Posted by StrongBuilding View Post
The shorter screws did the trick. Out of say 50 driven only 1 or 2 flop over sideways.
On older and harder wood the grain will make them do that. Just finished a reno built in early 80's. Trusses were very hard and a lot of screws were catching the grain and going in at a little angle.


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