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Product Information

Specs

Length 2" - 3 1/4"
Diameter .113 - .131
Shank Type Smooth, Ring
Finish HDG Plus
Quantity 1,000/Carton
Part # Length Diameter Shank Finish #/Carton
650564 2" .113 Ring HDG Plus 1,000
650526 2 3/8" .113 Ring HDG Plus 1,000
650527 3" .120 Ring HDG Plus 1,000
650563 3" .120 Smooth HDG Plus 1,000
650611 3 1/4" .131 Smooth HDG Plus 1,000

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FAQ’s

How do I order a part online?

Genuine Paslode replacement parts, tune up kits, accessories, and repair service can be purchased online at itwconstructionparts.com.

Does Paslode manufacture Stainless Steel fasteners?

No, Paslode does not manufacture stainless steel 30 degree fasteners. You may do a search on a search engine, such as Google, typing in “30 degree stainless steel fasteners”.

Does Paslode offer a full head nail?

Yes, Paslode manufactures coil nails which are full round head nails and Roundrive; strip nails that are full offset head nails. Paslode’s patented Roundrive; fasteners are designed to work with our 30 Degree framing nailers, both the Pneumatic 30 Degree Framing nailer and the Cordless 30 Degree nailer. Fasteners can be purchased through our retail and distribution channels. To find a Paslode dealer click the ‘Where to Buy’ tab on the top of the Paslode homepage.

What are the shear and pullout strengths of Paslode fasteners?

The ES Report-1539 contains information on the shear and pullout strengths of Paslode fasteners. A copy of the report is located here: ESR-1539.pdf.

Can I use Paslode Hot Dipped Galvanized nails in ACQ treated lumber?

Paslode Hot Dipped Galvanized and Paslode Galvanized Positive Placement Metal Connector Nails meet the ASTM A153 Class D specifications (1 oz/ft2 of zinc coverage) for use in ACQ treated lumber.

Can I use Paslode galvanized finish nails in an exterior application?

Paslode finish nails are electro-galvanized. They should not be used in cedar, redwood or treated lumber. If they are going to be used in pine then they should be countersunk and the heads should be caulked over.

How do I find a Paslode Authorized Service Center?

To locate your nearest service location, click on “Service and Retail Locator" at the top of the page and then enter your zip code.  Paslode recommends that tools needing service be repaired through your local Factory Authorized Service Network.