Rustic Square Head Lag Screws 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. (100 screws) Black Oxide by Makers Bolt for Antique and Restoration Woodworking Projects
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HI Scott, many thanks for your inquiry. They are 5/16" x 1" Black oxide 1/2 " square head lag screws will be back in stock within a few weeks. It is taking longer than usual for items to be restocked A COVID outbreak has resulted in a stockpile of supplies In addition to item 19, priority is given to essential items. Upon the reemergence of the item, you can choose to receive an email from Amazon. Look forward to seeing the listing again
There are several thread sizes available when purchasing a
That would be a package of ten
Our recommendation is not to use these outside. We offer black oxidized stainless steel lag bolts, which are perfect for outdoor applications.
Selected User Reviews For Rustic Square Head Lag Screws 1/4 in. x 1-1/2 in. (100 screws) Black Oxide by Makers Bolt for Antique and Restoration Woodworking Projects
They helped me to install my barn beam mantle brackets, and they were exactly what I needed. As soon as the oil is removed, they take on a satin finish. As I tried to figure out the exact fit of my mantle, I tightened and loosened the bolts multiple times before the black coating held up quite well. The contents of these boxes can be removed with an open end 3/8 wrench or a 12 point 7/16 box end wrench or 12 point socket.
Screws that are strong. They were exactly what I was looking for to give my wall coat rack a rustic appeal. There is only one thing to worry about you must use either pliers or a wrench with the proper size and shape to screw in the square head. Whether drilled straight into the studs or in the wall cavity, they are definitely sturdy. Our shelf weighed about 40 lbs with no problems.
It is of good Adding them to the vintage look gives it a nice touch. They appear to be strong enough. I am in the process of buying a few.
The system hasn't been used yet but I believe it will be useful for what I require. There is a nice semi-gloss black finish on this cabinet. It's nice to have threads. Likewise, the shapes of the heads are quite nice.
For my project, I had to use a square headed screw, and there was a size available that met my requirements.
The finish of the bolt failed when torquing, even though the bolt itself is good.
created a scaled-down version of a 1775 British 24 pounder to display in front of my flagpole and the square head bolts were exactly what I needed to give it historical detail, since hex head screws didn't become common until the early 20th century.
It is good quality, however some screws broke while I was installing it.