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Zinc and yellow-passivated with hex head. Self-drilling point and unique rifled shank provides easier driving and reduced splitting. Tested to EN 14592.

Zinc and yellow-passivated with hex head. Self-drilling point and unique rifled shank provides easier driving and reduced splitting. Tested to EN 14592.
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Customer Reviews for Turbo Coach Screws Zinc & Yellow Passivated M10 x 160mm Pack of 50
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Turbo Coach Screws M10 x 160mm
20 Aug 2014
By Anonymous
, Morpeth
"Used for part of the frame assembly of a heavy-timbered garden winterhouse. A beast of a screw. Superb driving without splitting wood but a pilot hole is needed cross-grain. You will also need a decent quality impact driver to get them in."
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Turbo coach screws
26 Jul 2014
By Valvestrangler
, Aberdeen
"Perfect for securing the landscaping sleepers that are being used to redesign the garden."
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Less work
10 Oct 2013
By Jerryw
, North Yorkshire
"I had been using normal coach screws which was wearing me out..
I saw these and thought give them a try.
They are so much easier to use, a small pilot hole of 6mm and then using my power drill drove them into the timbers GREAT
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turbo coach screws
10 Oct 2012
By stevewf3
, Wakefield
"they are what they are they do the job you bought them for"
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coach bolt
6 Apr 2012
By spannerfingers
, norfolk
"thease are fantastic for what i have used these bolts for i have a caravan and awning and i go on hard standings so knocking in a ground peg to hold my awning down an many a sore thumb i bought these screws an made a hook klip and a socket welded to a shaft hay presto i now screw my awning to ground with little effort with a cordless drill.reagards martin."
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