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Amazon has this 2-pack on sale for $3.48. Shipping is free for prime members. Used to drive pocket hole screws into pocket holes. Not the deal of the century, but cheaper than I could find elsewhere.

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heygreene asked this question on 09-24-2021 at 11:40 AM
09-24-2021 at 06:31 PM
Yes. All Kreg screws use a #2 Robertson (square) drive.

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Kreg. Seriously. Enough with the square drive. Torx is better and we all know it.
While torx is generally better, especially for higher torques, I believe square does better if you aren't straight on with the bit - as I imagine is often the case with pocket holes. You shouldn't be making wood screws super tight anyways.


Stumpy Nubs on choosing pocket screws: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbUNKbjnjHY
His recommendation: https://castleusa.com/categories/...crews.html
BOSCH ITSQ23501 3.5 In. Square #2 Impact Tough Screwdriving Bit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XYM1...UTF8&psc=1 I also have the 1" ones for thinner material

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TU for a good price, but these are trash. I switched to the Bosch #2 bits and haven't looked back
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TU for a good price, but these are trash. I switched to the Bosch #2 bits and haven't looked back
Which Bosch bit specifically? I go through a bunch of these.
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Which Bosch bit specifically? I go through a bunch of these.
BOSCH ITSQ23501 3.5 In. Square #2 Impact Tough Screwdriving Bit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XYM1...UTF8&psc=1 I also have the 1" ones for thinner material
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Kreg. Seriously. Enough with the square drive. Torx is better and we all know it.
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Gee, I thought these were free since no price in the title. :-(
They might as well be free. Lol
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Kreg. Seriously. Enough with the square drive. Torx is better and we all know it.
One more reason I avoid Kreg.

It's bad enough that Philips and Slotted heads still exist... square (Robertson) heads are only slightly better.

Torx is the only head drove I use for everything I do.

(It's nice now that Torx heads are starting to catch on. I was finally able to find a #6- ½" stainless, with extra coarse threads, for t-track mounting. It makes life so much easier.)
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Yeah, pretty much ANY bit is better than Kreg. In fact, the entire Kreg system is just an example of how big a brand can become with marketing, rather than quality. From their Screws to their horrible track saw, Kreg can't do anything beyond, "it's okay. " Yet they sell their items at "WOW! That's amazing!" prices.

Bosch is improving and going after the top spot in tools, but their bits aren't very good imo. Look into Vessel... (Japan... not Vessel USA).
What coarse thread screws would you recommend for pocket holes? Their screws seem stupid expensive and I have a a lot of pocket hole assembly coming up in the next couple days.
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Kreg. Seriously. Enough with the square drive. Torx is better and we all know it.
While torx is generally better, especially for higher torques, I believe square does better if you aren't straight on with the bit - as I imagine is often the case with pocket holes. You shouldn't be making wood screws super tight anyways.

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What coarse thread screws would you recommend for pocket holes? Their screws seem stupid expensive and I have a a lot of pocket hole assembly coming up in the next couple days.
Stumpy Nubs on choosing pocket screws: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbUNKbjnjHY
His recommendation: https://castleusa.com/categories/...crews.html
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