Funky screws?

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  1. Rich Marshall

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    Hi, I'm finishing off a diy subwoofer project this weekend and I think it would look quite smart if I could use socket head screws to mount the driver but I cannot find any anywhere!

    There's loads of places to get socket head bolts but I need wood screws.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    can u explain more about what it is u are after?
     
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    are any of these any good?

    http://www.seas.co.uk/acatalog/HARDWARE.html

    i know what u mean i think, i had a unit from mfi that i took apart and the screws were wood with an alen key shaped hole in the top, not sure if thats what u meant.
     
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    try the screwfix site and search for spax screws as some of them need a torx bit to fit them
     
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    ive just used normal woodscrews on the mdf units im making, dont see why he needs those for?
     
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    didnt know u were looking for the bolt style, ive just used normal screws and filled in any holes after.
    looks good too.
     

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