20 Most Wanted Hex Lag Screws

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 516-9 x 2-12 - Qty-100

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 5/16″-9 x 2-1/2″ – Qty-100

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 5/16″-9 x 2-1/2″ – Qty-100 - These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook. The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications. Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws.

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 38-7 x 8 - Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 3/8″-7 x 8″ – Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 3/8″-7 x 8″ – Qty-25 - These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws. The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications. Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”.

 

The Hillman Group 230015 Hex Lag Screw 14-Inch X 2-Inch Zinc 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230015 Hex Lag Screw, 1/4-Inch X 2-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230015 Hex Lag Screw, 1/4-Inch X 2-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack - The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation. Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection. They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications.

 

The Hillman Group 230086 Hex Lag Screw 38-Inch X 2-12-Inch Zinc 50-Pack

The Hillman Group 230086 Hex Lag Screw, 3/8-Inch X 2-1/2-Inch, Zinc, 50-Pack

The Hillman Group 230086 Hex Lag Screw, 3/8-Inch X 2-1/2-Inch, Zinc, 50-Pack - They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection. The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation.

 

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455545 Hex Lag Screws 15 Piece 38 x 1-12

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455545 Hex Lag Screws (15 Piece), 3/8 x 1-1/2″

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455545 Hex Lag Screws (15 Piece), 3/8 x 1-1/2″ - Most of our fasteners have a light zinc plating over steel giving a more rust resistant finish. Not all fasteners are applicable for all applications so be certain to test thoroughly and get the opinion of a licensed builder or certified building or structural engineer before relying on these fasteners for any situations where failure would result in damage to property or person. We stock many grades of fasteners ranging from low carbon steel on up to hardened, heat treated steel. We also sell coated and stainless products for additional rust resistance. We stock a wide variety of fasteners ideal for many applications around the home, farm, business, automotive, and in industry.

 

The Hillman Group 230095 Hex Lag Screw 38-Inch X 4-Inch Zinc 50-Pack

The Hillman Group 230095 Hex Lag Screw, 3/8-Inch X 4-Inch, Zinc, 50-Pack

The Hillman Group 230095 Hex Lag Screw, 3/8-Inch X 4-Inch, Zinc, 50-Pack - The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation. They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection.

 

HEX LAG SCREWS 14 X 3 12 - 50 PACK HEX LAG SCREWS PIECES PER BOX Hot Dipped Galvanized LARGE and STRONG Galvanized To Prevent Rust Protective Zinc Coating by Trenzeks CLAW IT ON

HEX LAG SCREWS 1/4″ X 3 1/2″ – 50 PACK HEX LAG SCREWS PIECES PER BOX Hot Dipped Galvanized LARGE and STRONG Galvanized To Prevent Rust Protective Zinc Coating by Trenzek’s CLAW IT ON

HEX LAG SCREWS 1/4″ X 3 1/2″ – 50 PACK HEX LAG SCREWS PIECES PER BOX Hot Dipped Galvanized LARGE and STRONG Galvanized To Prevent Rust Protective Zinc Coating by Trenzek’s CLAW IT ON - Great for heavy lumber great for deck building great to construct wood projects like sheds and play centers galvanized hex lag screws gives projects the protection they need against rust and wet weather length of the lag screw measures from the underside of the head to the pointed tip of the screw 50 pack hex lag screws hot dipped galvanized / 6, sided hex head galvanized to prevent rust large and strong hexagonal drive screws 50 hex lag screws pieces per box hex headed fasteners are made to hold up in applications where a lot of torque is necessary.

 

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455538 Hex Lag Screws 20 Piece 38 x 1

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455538 Hex Lag Screws (20 Piece), 3/8 x 1″

Hard-to-Find Fastener 014973455538 Hex Lag Screws (20 Piece), 3/8 x 1″ - Not all fasteners are applicable for all applications so be certain to test thoroughly and get the opinion of a licensed builder or certified building or structural engineer before relying on these fasteners for any situations where failure would result in damage to property or person. We stock a wide variety of fasteners ideal for many applications around the home, farm, business, automotive, and in industry. We stock many grades of fasteners ranging from low carbon steel on up to hardened, heat treated steel. Most of our fasteners have a light zinc plating over steel giving a more rust resistant finish. We also sell coated and stainless products for additional rust resistance.

 

The Hillman Group 230152 Hex Lag Screw 12-Inch X 10-Inch Zinc 25-Pack

The Hillman Group 230152 Hex Lag Screw, 1/2-Inch X 10-Inch, Zinc, 25-Pack

The Hillman Group 230152 Hex Lag Screw, 1/2-Inch X 10-Inch, Zinc, 25-Pack - They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation. Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection.

 

Stainless 38 x 1-12 Hex Lag Screw 1 To 5 Lengths Available in Listing 18-8 Stainless Steel 25 pieces 38 x 1-12

Stainless 3/8 x 1-1/2″ Hex Lag Screw (1″ To 5″ Lengths Available in Listing), 18-8 Stainless Steel, 25 pieces (3/8 x 1-1/2″)

Stainless 3/8 x 1-1/2″ Hex Lag Screw (1″ To 5″ Lengths Available in Listing), 18-8 Stainless Steel, 25 pieces (3/8 x 1-1/2″) - Lag screws are commonly used to join items to lumber or wood floors. Very good for constructing decks. Very good corrosion resistance. Pack of 25. These are good for applications where they will be used outside. 3/8″ hex lag screw, 18-8 stainless steel. Can also be used in conjunction with lag shield anchors to secure to concrete.

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 12-6 x 2-12- Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/2″-6 x 2-1/2″- Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/2″-6 x 2-1/2″- Qty-25 - The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications. These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook. Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws.

 

The Hillman Group 230051 Hex Lag Screw 516-Inch X 2-Inch Zinc 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230051 Hex Lag Screw, 5/16-Inch X 2-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230051 Hex Lag Screw, 5/16-Inch X 2-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack - Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection. The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation.

 

Stainless 14 x 2 Hex Lag Screw 1 To 5 Lengths Available in Listing 18-8 Stainless Steel 50 pieces 14 x 2

Stainless 1/4 x 2″ Hex Lag Screw (1″ To 5″ Lengths Available in Listing), 18-8 Stainless Steel, 50 pieces (1/4 x 2″)

Stainless 1/4 x 2″ Hex Lag Screw (1″ To 5″ Lengths Available in Listing), 18-8 Stainless Steel, 50 pieces (1/4 x 2″) - Can also be used in conjunction with lag shield anchors to secure to concrete. Very good for constructing decks. Pack of 50. Lag screws are commonly used to join items to lumber or wood floors. Very good corrosion resistance. These are good for applications where they will be used outside. 1/4 hex lag screw, 18-8 stainless steel.

 

34-4 12 x 8 Hex Lag Screw Low Carbon Steel Zinc Plated Pk 30

3/4″-4 1/2 x 8″ Hex Lag Screw Low Carbon Steel Zinc Plated Pk 30

3/4″-4 1/2 x 8″ Hex Lag Screw Low Carbon Steel Zinc Plated Pk 30 - All asmc industrial fasteners are guaranteed to be of the highest quality. Pictures are representative of item, but are not of the actual item product dimensions, finish, head markings, thread length, stamping shape or forging shape, etc, may differ from picture products are guaranteed to meet the specifications to which they are manufactured specifications allow for tolerances in dimension and shape, which can vary from lot to lot. All asmc industrial fasteners are fully traceable and lot-controlled. Please see the specifications in the table above for full details if you have any questions or doubts, or if your requirements include specific dimensions, please contact us prior to placing your order.

 

The Hillman Group 852519 516 x 1-12 Hex Lag Screw- Black Finish 6-Pack

The Hillman Group 852519 5/16 x 1-1/2″ Hex Lag Screw- Black Finish 6-Pack

The Hillman Group 852519 5/16 x 1-1/2″ Hex Lag Screw- Black Finish 6-Pack - Decorative black finish is for exterior applications. Hex lag screws are used to fasten ornamental strap and t-hinges and other gate items. The hex head is easily driven with simple wrenches and requires minimal clearance above the fastener.

 

Hillman 832062 38 x 1-12-Inch Stainless Steel Hex Lag Screws 25-Pack

Hillman 832062 3/8 x 1-1/2-Inch Stainless Steel Hex Lag Screws, 25-Pack

Hillman 832062 3/8 x 1-1/2-Inch Stainless Steel Hex Lag Screws, 25-Pack - Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces. The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation. They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection.

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 14-10 x 1 - Qty-100

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/4″-10 x 1″ – Qty-100

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/4″-10 x 1″ – Qty-100 - These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook. The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws. Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”.

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 14-10 x 1-12 - Qty-250

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/4″-10 x 1-1/2″ – Qty-250

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 1/4″-10 x 1-1/2″ – Qty-250 - Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws. The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications. These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook.

 

The Hillman Group 230042 Hex Lag Screw 516-Inch X 1-14-Inch Zinc 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230042 Hex Lag Screw, 5/16-Inch X 1-1/4-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack

The Hillman Group 230042 Hex Lag Screw, 5/16-Inch X 1-1/4-Inch, Zinc, 100-Pack - They are used with a lag shield and lag screws can be used in masonry applications. The threads on lag screws are designed to embed into the wood, rather than relying on a nut to secure the connection. The hex head is six-sided and ideal for easy driving and quick installation. Hex lag screws are used for directly fastening into wood surfaces.

 

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 516-9 x 4 - Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 5/16″-9 x 4″ – Qty-25

Hex Lag Screws Hot Dipped Galvanized 5/16″-9 x 4″ – Qty-25 - Lag bolts, also called lag screws, are basically “large wood screws”. These fasteners are clearly “screws” when defined by the machinery’s handbook distinction the term “lag bolt” has been replaced by “lag screw” in the machinery’s handbook. However, in the minds of most tradesmen, they are “bolts”, simply because they are large, with external-hex heads in the united kingdom, lag bolts/screws are known as coach screws. The head is typically an external hex the materials are stainless steel for corrosion resistance lag bolts are used to lag together lumber framing, to lag machinery feet to wood floors, and other heavy carpentry applications.