decking screws to install marine plywood on a pontoon boat
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decking screws to install marine plywood on a pontoon boat 100 self tapping Xylan coated deck screws to bore through your wood and aluminum framework.
Pontoon Boat Deck Screws

$29.99

Part #: PSDS100

 
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(100 per kit) Self-tapping screws are the easiest way to install your decking.

Description:

Incredibly strong, 2" self-tapping pontoon deck screws with 5/8" Phillips head.

Xylan coated steel deck screws can be used in any environment and will not corrode. These heavy duty fasteners are strong enough to drill through plywood and aluminum cross bars. 

  • (100) coated deck screws per kit.

Question:  How do I use these deck screws to attach the plywood to my pontoon boat's frame?

Answer:  All pontoon boats use aluminum cross-members or stringers to connect the tubes of the pontoon. Your plywood decking sits on top of these cross-members and creates the floor for your boat. Our pontoon deck screws are designed to be spaced 16" apart and run down through your plywood and aluminum cross-members. Use a heavy-duty drill with a #2 square head bit or a #3 phillips. No pre-drilling is required though it does make it easier for customers who do not have powerful enough drills to pre-drill a small hole through the plywood and aluminum frame.

Question:  What size are these screws?

Answer:  5/8" head, 2" overall length with a 1/4" self tapping bit. 

Question:  Can these pontoon deck screws be used in salt water.

Answer:  Yes, all of our pontoon hardware is saltwater rated.  We use heavy duty Xylan coated deck screws because they are stronger than stainless and will not snap off when screwing down through plywood and aluminum.  

Reviews for Pontoon Boat Deck Screws
5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews
K from Illinois on Mar 03, 2015
Fast service and delivery.
Mark from Brandon, MS on Apr 30, 2012
Rebuilt a pontoon and used these screws to install new marine grade plywood. The screws worked great and gave a great hold on the frame. They are very strong. You will need a strong electric screwdriver to put them in. I recommend them.