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Replacing RH Aubrey screws - what size?

Posted by laurajane02 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 9, 13 at 14:44

As per some old threads on this topic, I've decided not to use the original screws that came with my PN RH Aubrey pulls.

I called RH, and the original screws are 1" #7. It seems like #6 and #8 are more readily available in a stainless steel finish. What size should I use? I'll be ordering online.


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RE: Replacing RH Aubrey screws - what size?

Try Bolt Depot or some of the specialty places.

Just count on buying a box.

The price goes WAY up if you just want a few (especially when you factor in shipping and handling charges).

RE: Replacing RH Aubrey screws - what size?

Thanks! I'll plan to buy a bunch.

Since #7 isn't an option, should I get #6's or #8's?

My cabinet maker would know, but he is away until the end of the month, so I'd like to get the screws now so that he can install my hardware when he returns.

RE: Replacing RH Aubrey screws - what size?

> #7 isn't an option

Fastenal has a good selection of #7 stainless screws. I think you want "oval" head screws.

Fastenal Home Page -> Screws -> Wood Screws -> Material: Stainless Steel -> Diameter: #7 -> Head: Oval

Here is a link that might be useful: Fastenal

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