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  1. #1
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    Default Scrooz Razr

    Hi All, for those of you that use razr from Scrooz, what is your recommendation for the type of scrooz to use. I am looking at the deck pro and the torx. I like the look or the torx. Itís for 140/22 blackbutt into Tp.

    A builder that is helping me build my deck (weekend cashie) told me to get the self drilling zeniths from Bunnings. I brought a small pack and the self drill ability seems to be poor leaving a poor finish. I am
    Not going to be using those so looking at alternatives.

    I am going to go down the predrill / countersink route as I am looking for a really good finish and as my boards are pre oiled I do not want to sand after.

    Any thoughts would be great, Cheers

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    Sorry for very lat reply.
    I used the Scrooz and no problem, predrilling is a must. I had recycled hardwood joists and had to pilot drill full length of screw.

  3. #3
    Old Chippy 6K
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    I use the Scrooz ceramic coated decking screws with the square drive head. https://www.scrooz.com.au/screws/dec...hload-ceramic/ These are much stronger than SS and look as good IMO. Pre-drilling is always the only way and embed at least 1mm so that if sanding is needed later it can be done without having to retighten every screw.
    Advice from me on this forum is general and for guidance based on information given by the member posing the question. Not to be used in place of professional advice from people appropriately qualified in the relevant field. All structural work must be approved and constructed to the BCA or other relevant standards by suitably licensed persons. The person doing the work and reading my advice accepts responsibility for ensuring the work done accords with the applicable law.

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