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Parker Davis 8" Hammerless Hub Stakes (100)

Galvanized steel 8-inch Hammerless Hub Stakes, 100 per bundle.


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Parker Davis 8" Hammerless Hub Stakes (100) Zoom


These galvanized hammerless "hub stake" survey nails easily penetrate the soil due to their smaller diameter shank, and the nail head is dimpled and stamped with an X for easier survey point occupation. Nails are 8" long x 3/16" in diameter and made of galvanized carbon steel (for rigidity and easy metal detection), with dimpled and cross-scored heads.

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Manufacturer ID HHS
APE ITEM # 121690
Manufacturer Parker Davis Co., Inc.
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Hammerless Hub Stakes Review by Alexander F.
They make good trav. points for surveying (Posted on 2017-05-03)
Parker-Davis 8" hubs Review by Tom S.
I've used the 8" mag hubs also (for turning points) and these definitely serve the purpose. They have a nice dimple and seem to ring well with the locator. I'd have to do a price comparison, but these seem to be a bit cheaper so I would get them again. (Posted on 2017-03-30)
Hammerless Hub Stakes Review by Charles C.
I have used these hub stakes as random traverse points for years. They make a fairly permanent TP location and can be found with a metal detector years later. (Posted on 2014-12-20)
First Review for Allen Precision Review by Tammy F.
This was my first order in my new job and it went very smoothly and received the order right away. My only complaint was the expensive shipping price. (Posted on 2014-06-17)
Parker Davis Stakes Review by John M.
This was a purchase to see if we could replace the timber spikes we have been using the past several years. The look very thin and will most likely move over time. We are going to use them as temporary construction points which we would expect to be wasted. (Posted on 2017-09-12)

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