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Screws from Grainger come in several shapes and sizes, and can fulfill a variety of purposes for your business. Wood screws are designed and threaded with flat heads for wood. A machine screw is available in hex screw, flat head and rounded head options, and is driven with nuts into tapped holes. A socket head cap screw has a tensile strength of up to 180,000 psi, and easily can be accessed with a hex key. Rely on Grainger to supply the hardware you need for your business including screws.

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Grainger may offer a solution for this application. Please consider calling Grainger at 1-800-323-0620 to provide more specific detail. We will need to know what type of head and drive, material and point type (Gimlet or Tek)
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I need a quote for 500 #10-32 screws

3/8 inches long, 100 degree countersink, flathead philips, stainless steel. I really need this quote quickly please.
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For all price quotes please call 1-800-Grainger and they can get additional information from you.
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Nails in existing rocklath covered with plaster ceiling in my house are starting to dislodge from ceiling joists.

I would like to reattach the rocklath/plaster to the ceiling joists with screws.

What type are available, and do they need to be countersunk with a special drill bit?
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We have quite a variety of screws. Although I am not sure of the length of the screw you need. I suggest that you look at our item number 5JTZ0. If this is not exactly what you need, please give Grainger's Technical Product Support Team a call so we can find the exact screw for you. If this screw can not embed into the material, you will need to pre-drill to allow the screw to be recessed. 800 472 4643

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I need a 3/8" 5" long lag screw to use as an anchor and I need the other end to have a machine screw. Does Grainger provide that?
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Typically referred to as a hanger-bolt; Grainger currently does not currently that size. Grainger part number 9YT11 is a 5/16-18 machine thread at 1-1/8” length, with a 3” length wood (lag) thread, at a total of 5” length.
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Present screw is stripped, is a #8-18 x 3/8. I want to try to use the next larger size and use a tap on the door to make it work.
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An 8-18 thread is usually a self threading type not requiring a tap. That may be a special fastener for that specific application. We would not have that screw in our system at this time.

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A #5 screw is 1/8"(0.125") in diameter. A more commonly found screw that is close to that is a #4 screw, 0.112" on the outside of the thread.

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where can I find door hinge screws

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We have a fasteners section on Grainger.com that will help find the style and size you are looking for. You may locate the fastener section on the left hand side of the home page or type in fasteners in the search engine field and proceed narrowning your search until you locate the screw you need. If you need further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-Grainger. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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