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Looking for 2 gauge wood screws

Discussion in 'Wood / Woodwork / Carpentry' started by TicklyT, 18 Feb 2008.

  1. TicklyT

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    Does anybody out there know where I might get some No.2 gauge X 3/8" wood screws?

    I only need about half a dozen Csk. Hd. steel, and half a dozen Rd. Hd. steel.

    Ideally I'm looking for black finish, but plain steel ones, a blowlamp and a drop of old engine oil will soon sort that out.

    Most of the fastner stockists I've tried can only turn up with blank looks when you ask them for anything smaller than 4 gauge. One did turn up a few 3G Csk brass, but they are just that bit too big.
     
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    Thanks everyone, some useful links there. Now all I've got to do is focus on the job in hand instead of looking through the other goodies on the sites :D
     
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