Screw Rules: · Always use a drill that has a variable clutch feature so that you can adjust the level of torque before it stops driving the screw. Do not over drive the screws. They should seat firmly without squishing the washer out like a muffin top. Under drive the screw and you will have building leaks. Keep the angle of your drill as close to perpendicular to whatever you are driving into as possible so as not to slip and cause bloody knuckles or scratches on your panels. Never use a pneumatic drill. You will have an easier time driving and avoiding mistakes by pre-drilling your steel. Drive speed matters. The faster you drive the screw through steel the less impact it will have on the face of the screw.
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WARRANTY: •Warranty against flaking and peeling on new fasteners for one year from date of service. •Warranty against flaking or peeling on used parts six months from date of service. DISCLAIMER: We assume no responsibility for nicks, cuts, scratches, or any other abusive wear and tear during any consumers usage once parts have been powder coated. We are not responsible for burnt powder coating of temperatures exceeding the maximum powder coating temperature limits of 1,000 degrees for high temperature powers and 300 degrees for all other powders) once parts have been installed or used