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This Aluminum, Button Style Tape End Nail is best for hardwoods.
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Losing the nail? Fix the problem.
from Wisconsin woods
Comments about Spencer®Tape End Nail, Button Style, Aluminum, Best for Hardwoods:
First slip disk over the END of the tape ring, then hammer it closed. If you lost the nail, get a #2 machine screw, 32 threads per inch (standard screw). Cut off the head and sharpen to a suitable dull point in a drill with a file. Coat the thread end with locktite or other and screw in tight. Don't spread the disk open enough to fall off if the nail should it happen to come out again.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Works great- with Locktite!
By North woods forester
I prefer this design to the horseshoe nail but you do need to locktite it so it doesn't unscrew and fall off. I've lost a number this way until I learned the trick.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Does not stay screwed shut and falls off
By Forester Frank
from Chatham, OH
I like the idea but the pin does not stay screwed closed and it falls off and is lost in the woods. Maybe there is a trick I am unaware of that will keep the pin on. Can you help me?
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