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1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood

1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood

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Torx flathead screw makes securing a wood floor to your trailer quick, easy, and economical. Screw has a 1/4" diameter and Type F point for heavy-gauge sheet metal. Specially designed for use on Alkaline Copper Quaternary wood. 1-636-306-4830 to order Redline accessories and parts part number TFX150ACQ or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redline products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for 1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Redline Accessories and Parts - TFX150ACQ

  • Tie Down Anchors
  • Screws
  • Torx Screw
  • Redline
  • 1-1/2 Inch Long

Torx flathead screw makes securing a wood floor to your trailer quick, easy, and economical. Screw has a 1/4" diameter and Type F point for heavy-gauge sheet metal. Specially designed for use on Alkaline Copper Quaternary wood.


Features:

  • Torx screw secures wood floor or wall to trailer
  • Tapered flathead sits flush with surface
  • Plated with material designed for Alkaline Copper Quaternary (ACQ) treated wood
    • Outperforms galvanized screws in terms of corrosion protection
    • Less expensive than stainless steel
  • End of screw has a blunt tip with multiple cutting surfaces


Note: Requires 7/32" pilot hole.



Specs:

  • Dimensions: 1-1/2" long x 1/4" diameter
  • Threads per inch: 20
  • Type F point
  • Quantity: 1 screw


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Replaces TFX150ACQ 1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood





Video of 1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Review of Redline Tie Down Anchors - Floor and Wall Liner Screw - TFX150ACQ

Hello, everybody. This is Jeff at etrailer.com. Today we're gonna take a look at this 1 1/2 inch long Torx trailer floor and wall liner screw for the ACQ treated wood. Now, these Torx flathead screws will make securing the wood floor to your trailer very quick, easy and economical. The screw itself has a type F point to it which is designed for securing your wood floor to heavy gauge sheet metal. Now, this screw is designed specifically for the ACQ treated wood which stands for alkaline copper quaternary wood.

Because this ACQ treated wood is very corrosive, these screws have been made with an approved plating material that's less expensive than stainless steel screws and have been shown to outperform galvanized screws. If you notice it has the tapered flathead to it which will sit flush to the surface when they're installed. The Torx head size on this is a T30. The diameter of the screw is a quarter inch in diameter. And the length we mentioned is 1 1/2 inches long.

As I mentioned earlier, this is a type F point and what that is, it's a very blunt tip. And if you rotate it, you can see that it has multiple cutting surfaces on it. Now, when you do install this it does require first a 7/32 inch diameter pilot hole to be drilled first and then the screw installed into that. But that should do it for the review on the 1 1/2 inch long Torx trailer, floor and wall liner screw for the ACQ treated wood..


Customer Reviews

1-1/2" Long Torx Trailer Floor and Wall Liner Screw for ACQ Treated Wood - TFX150ACQ

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (57 Customer Reviews)

Torx flathead screw makes securing a wood floor to your trailer quick, easy, and economical. Screw has a 1/4" diameter and Type F point for heavy-gauge sheet metal. Specially designed for use on Alkaline Copper Quaternary wood.

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yes, I put a new deck on my snowmobile trailer and these worked very well.




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Worked great for installing new wood on snowmobile trailer.




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If you are going to do it... Do it right. Why fasten your decking with screws that are going to rot off in a couple of years. I built a custom 6 X 9 trailer. Didn't cut any corners on the axle, lights (LED's), steel or anything else. These are the 'best' screws I have found. I did spend some time doing my homework on other as well. MOST others are not for use in treated lumber! Many are not even galvanized (some are just zinc or cadmium). Not only are they the best screws, they are the best price I have found. No, I don't work for them either. :)




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I ordered these screws for a small trailer I refurbished this winter. 1st I tried some from 1 of the big box stores. I started to install the decking with these screws. I broke 1 and stripped 1 and had only installed 4 screws. I threw these in the trash and ordered these from e trailer, I even ordered extra figuring for breakage! I drilled and installed 110 of these screws in a couple of hours . NOT even 1 BROKE or Stripped out. These are a great product and will use them again when I need to install a trailer deck. I am 100% satisfied and would highly recommend this product if you need to install wood on to steel framing. Thanks.




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These worked really well for attaching exterior plywood to my steel trailer. I liked that I could order the exact quantity I needed. None of them broke during installation. The only suggestion would be to include the recommended drill bit size with the order, although I was able to find it on the etrailer website so not a big deal




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I bought six only need four . I broke one trying to use it to tread the hole . then i pull out tap & die set and had no problem after that




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Just what I was looking for to secure down the new decking on my 2002 Triton XT-10 trailer. I even had to drill new holes in the aluminum frame and used one of these screws as a tap. Worked great and big savings compared to local hardware store that wanted $1 per screw.


Comments
I year later and still holding up great!
Bryan H - 09/21/2015


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Used these screws for attaching 5/4" PT decking to my new dump trailer. I installed into 3/32" & 3/16" box steel and had no thread or head failures. Everything attached fine. The screw was just the right length to grab the full size thread area on the screw. The decking was 1" thick


Comments
They have held up well. I had to remove 4 center boards and they came out well and I was able to reuse them-a good product.
Bob P - 05/26/2016


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I have used this type of trailer deck screw previously on other projects, nothing compares from those big box stores to include the fastener specialty chain stores. The torx head is a must.


Comments
These deck screws are just as the day I installed them. Great product!
Bernard C - 03/23/2018


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These scews worked very well when I replaced the floor on my Titan Aluminum trailer. They matched OEM parts.


Comments
Still working great, thanks
Mark S - 12/29/2017


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Just what I needed to re-deck an old Triton atv trailer. These self-threading screws save a lot of time. I have not had them long enough to know how they will compare to galvanized for corrosion, but so far they look good.


Comments
After a year they still look great. Very satisfied.
Matt N - 04/25/2016


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Everything as described. Thanks!




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I used a 3/16" drill bit to drill all of the pilot holes and put in approximately 80 screws to secure the new decking to my metal trailer frame. Only had two issues with screws breaking and I felt it was from me over - torquing and not from poor quality.




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Used these to re-deck my Aluminum ATV trailer. Worked great. I much prefer the Torx head vs a standard Philips. The trailer was originally decked with Philips screws and some of them did not want to come out (started to strip). I do not see that happening with these. I used Marine Ply not treated but I expect the screws to last a good long time as they are rated for treated use.




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I was a bit skeptical with the screw once I received them as the screw head was smaller than the old screws I removed. After looking at a newer model trailer of the same brand I have I realized they went to these same screws. The screws worked flawlessly and never once did I break or strip one out. Like even passed the screw information to a friend who needs to do the exact same thing but to a longer trailer. This is my second purchase from etrailer and I've never been let down. Great people to deal with.




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Product is holding up great. Everything from ordering, prompt arrival, support, quality etc has been fantastic. etrailer.com gets a perfect score from me.




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I received my order today. Fast delivery. Excellent product. I'm using them to replace the deck on a small utility trailer I have. I have used your screws in the past for another trailer deck project. They really work well and I'm very pleased with the performance. Thank you for your excellent service.




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Using them to install wood decking to aluminum c-channel floor joist. Thickness range of 1/4 to 3/8 and they worked better than expected during my testing.




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while scouring internet found these. not what i was orginally lookimg for, But an ideal substitute. these will hold the 5/4 boards on my dock ramo extension.




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We use these for our metal framed tree platform's decking in our challenge course and zip line installations. We've seen some corrosion over the years in certain environmental conditions, all in all they hold up well. Torque drive (T30)is the only way to go.
Great product, but why did the cost go up 75% in the past year?




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T-30 Torx screws for treated plywood trailer deck worked as expected. Drove 60 with impact driver into existing aluminum frame without any problem.




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What I ordered. Fast Service. Nice prod uct.




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Exactly what I needed, probably would had to drive all over town trying to find those trailer deck screws. Ordered and had them delivered in 2 days.




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High quality fasteners at a reasonable price, shipped my door in 2 days.
I highly recommend e-trailer




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Was excited to find these fasteners specifically for treated lumber. Worked great for rebuilding snowmobile trailer. Price was better than anywhere else.



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