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Old 07-02-2022, 06:22 AM   #1
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I have a 2013 33.2 Palazzo with some screws missing at the top of my ladder where it attaches just below the top cap. The 2 or 3 remaining look like regular square drive wood screws. Is that all they are and can I just put a larger threaded screw in?
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Yes they probably are probably some sort of wood/deck screw made for exterior use. Dont go using drywall screws. Get a decent exterior screw that is coated so it doesn’t rust.
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I would use square drive stainless steel screws. Don't know who carries them, but a look on the internet show show a supplier.
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