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Dewalt Wall Dog Screws

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SWD

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Tried them out yesterday as I had a couple of Wiska boxes to attach to a garden wall, tell you one thing they too the job.

£6.50 per 100 + VAT from TLC.
 

Gavin John Hyde

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Tried them out yesterday as I had a couple of Wiska boxes to attach to a garden wall, tell you one thing they too the job.

£6.50 per 100 + VAT from TLC.
Bought a box for clipping wires with metal clips to prevent collpase in event of fire in my dads pub. Havent done it yet.
Did have a play putting a few in a wall after i bought a pack and they hold good and tight. Certainly worth the money. Saves putting plugs in aswell.
 
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telectrix

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PH heads is probably why.
 

pirate

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They work for me...I love 'em!
Mind you, I am happy with the old way too...wall plug and good screw...but where you want fail-free, non-combustible fixing, they are very good.
No real reason not to use them...except I have a million plastic wall-plugs to use up...
 

SWD

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They work for me...I love 'em!
Mind you, I am happy with the old way too...wall plug and good screw...but where you want fail-free, non-combustible fixing, they are very good.
No real reason not to use them...except I have a million plastic wall-plugs to use up...
Lol same here but drill hole insert plug hammer plug in ¼" so the face of the brick doesn't crumble away, saves time.

Need a larger range and a head like the Kreg screws or torx.
 

pirate

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Agreed! You can never have enough! Was working on a refurb yesterday where we needed to have temp wooden screens over doorways...
Drilled wooden battens with multi-purpose drill bits, straight through into the brickwork, hand screwed wall plugs halfway onto turbo-ultra screws, inserted into hole in timber and simply hamnmered them in, then ran them up with an impact driver...sorted! Cheapo hammer frame fixings!
 

telectrix

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Agreed! You can never have enough! Was working on a refurb yesterday where we needed to have temp wooden screens over doorways...
Drilled wooden battens with multi-purpose drill bits, straight through into the brickwork, hand screwed wall plugs halfway onto turbo-ultra screws, inserted into hole in timber and simply hamnmered them in, then ran them up with an impact driver...sorted! Cheapo hammer frame fixings!
with that approach, you will be well sorted for barrats new build. speed up window fixing by 100%.
 

l4urence

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The Rawldogs are brilliant but I do hate the Phillips though - keep the bit with the screws now...
 

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