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Old 11 April 2012, 16:22   #1
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Best place for stainless wood screws?

As above looking for the best place for stainless wood screws, my Dads had a look on A2A4 and apparently theyre cheap on normal things but not them?
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As above looking for the best place for stainless wood screws, my Dads had a look on A2A4 and apparently theyre cheap on normal things but not them?
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If I could remember the French word for stainless I'd remember the web address of the Irish company I bought mine from!
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I've got several boxes of these around if they are any good instead of the wood screws.

Make me an offer if they are.

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As above looking for the best place for stainless wood screws, my Dads had a look on A2A4 and apparently theyre cheap on normal things but not them?
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Have you looked on ebay
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I use Margnor fastenings near Guildford. Reasonably priced and good service, plus they will supply indvidually rather than buying boxfulls.

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