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#14 Silicon Bronze Wood Screws Frearson Flat Head
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#14 Bronze Wood Screws Flat Head Frearson Customer Questions and Answers

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for a # 12 FREARSON WOOD SCREW WHICH IS THE CORRECT BIT? I HEARD THAT THERE IS A ONE SIZE FITS ALL BIT THANKS

Asked on 09/19/2011 by sigifredo alicea

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Also, Jamestown only carries a #1 and #2, but there are #3 and #4 available elsewhere

Answered on 09/19/2011 by COLLEEN DOGARIU
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I used a single #2 bit for screws from #8 to #14. It seemed to work fine.

Answered on 09/19/2011 by ROBERT BRANDENSTEIN

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You will need a Frearson bit for these screws. The #12 should work fine. I'd suggest buying several since the do wear out. The Frearson bit has a slightly different shape than the phillips head although they are, to first order, interchangeable. Unlike the philips bit, the Frearson will make positive contact with the screw even if its too small, you just end up with less contact area and therefore less available torque transfer. The bronze is soft and you will want every advantage especially if you are using them on hard woods such as oak. Remember to predrill with a countersinking bit before trying to drive these screws. Good luck. Pete

Answered on 09/19/2011 by PETER JENKE

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I only used the one size screw, so I can't say for sure; one would think that a 12 would us the same bit as a 14. Google "Frearson bits" Sorry I can't be of more help. If you are ordering from Jamestown, have them send the bit with the screws. Jay

Answered on 09/19/2011 by JOSEPH PENDLETON

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Hi I am using a frearson #2 to drive 13\4 #14 brz. wood srews. No problems Looked for but could not find a #3 frearson bit. Good luck. Joe

Answered on 09/23/2011 by VINCENT CUNNINGHAM

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I also purchased the Frearson bits you sell for use in a power drill but in the end most of the driving of these very large woodscrews is by hand. I use a standard phillips head screwdriver (because that is what I had) but the #14 screws were standard woodscrews so I used a large flat-bladed driver. I must say that I am not aware of different size frearson bits. The phillips screw heads are usually no. 2 or for smaller sizes no. 1

Answered on 09/20/2011 by GRAEME DENNETT

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There are two sizes of drivers for Frearson silicon bronze wood screws: #1 for sizes 4 through 6 #2 for sizes 8 - 16

Answered on 09/19/2011 by MICHAEL CLAUDON

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There is a specific frearsen driver for these screws. Generally there is only one size available which works better on the smaller screw sizes. I have an older driver I purchased years ago which is much bigger than the typical and fills the whole cross slot on a number 14. See if you can find the larger bit but if not you still need a frearsen. Hop this helps

Answered on 09/19/2011 by CHRISTOPHER SHALLOW

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The #3 bit is correct. There is no one size fits all but the # 3 will work for a wide range of screws like #6 through #14.

Answered on 09/20/2011 by MARK BIGDA

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All the bits will fit, but I think you'll find the #2 bit to be good for the #12 screw.

Answered on 09/19/2011 by COLLEEN DOGARIU
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where can I buy just 2 #14-by inch and a half bronze screws?

Asked on 08/14/2014 by DENNIS PEASE

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why just 2 ????And if you only need 2 why ask, go to a marine store and buy 2

Answered on 08/14/2014 by DAVE DUNN
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So far I have only found Jamestown Distributors to have bronze screws so I would have to say purchase your two screws there. You might need more someday so get 25. The cost won't bankrupt you.

Answered on 08/14/2014 by LONQUIST HESCOCK

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Top notch fasteners

Answered on 08/14/2014 by MARK BIGDA

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I would try the Chandlery at the Wooden Boat Foundation in Port Townsend, WA

Answered on 08/14/2014 by karlbischoff karlbischoff
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For orders of 100 pces how do you calculate for this sum?

Asked on 05/17/2018 by Wayne from New Windsor NY

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Generally for fasteners, they are pre-packaged, are counted by hand, or larger items can be counted based by weight.

Answered on 06/13/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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