Steel 3/8 x 3 in. hanger bolts with lag/machine screw threads . Package of 100. Dottie hanger bolts are constructed of heavy duty steel and thread on for quick installation. Shop our selection of Lag Screw , Screws in the Hardware Department at The Home Depot. Eyebolts - Machine Thread Eyebolts - Lag Thread U- Bolts Cup/Shoulder Hooks S-Hooks J- Bolts Hook Bolts Turnbuckles Screw Hooks - Square Bend Screw Hooks - Ceiling Type Screw Hooks - Misc. Screw Eyes Panel/Retail Assortments Utility Hooks Door Misc.

LAG SCREWS . Lag screws , also sometimes called lag bolts , are basically large wood screws . A typical lag bolt can range in diameters from 1/4 to 1 1/4, and lengths from 1/4 to 6 or longer, with coarse threads similar to a wood- screw . The head is typically an external hex. Jun 19, 2009 I may have sidestepped the Lag thread and sold machine threads . I would prefer to use a geometric head to make these But am glad to know that G32 will do the trick. 09, PM #13. I have done a lag thread type screw with a single point tool by grinding a flat on the tip and stepping the tool sideways; Hanger Bolts Dowel Screws . Wood Screws . Machine Screws . Drywall Screws . Sheet Metal Screws . They have a hex drive and flat point with machine screw threads . Made of heat-treated alloy steel these screws are designed . More + Product .

Lag bolts are mainly referred as lag screws because they look more like screws than bolts . These screws are distinguished by their pointed ends, unlike the blunt ends of other bolts . The lag bolts are used in the home, as well as construction projects. Norwood Screw Machine provides these bolts in a variety of material for diverse applications. The machine screw threads are Unified inch coarse series (UNC, Unified National Coarse) and the lag threaded portion has coarse, widely spaced threads that end in a tapered blunt point designed to start threading into a properly sized pilot hole. A hanger bolt has wood screw threads on one end and machine threads on the other. A hanger bolt is used when it is necessary to fasten a metal part to a wood surface. drive screw hammer drive screw : Chiefly used for attaching manufacturers data plates to equipment.

Machine screws Screws with machine threads for use with a nut or in a tapped hole. Carriage bolts Plow bolts Bolts with no drive, and machine threads for use with a nut. Lag bolts Large wood screws technically called lag screws . Drywall screws Construction screws intended for fastening drywall sheets to studs. Deck screws Timber screws