4013 Intermediate Pin Top 3″ Newel


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Product Description

With gentle curves and grooves, the Colonial Turned Newels support your stair railing while providing early-American charm. Colonial Turned Newels are cost-effective and can vary slightly in size and shape. The 4013 Intermediate Pin Top 3″ Newel is great for stairways with long handrail going up steps. As a supporting newel, the 4013 is beloved because it can mount directly into a handrail. The 4013 newel is similar to the 4810, but has some minor design differences and stands at a shorter 42″. The top of the newel is 1″ in diameter, so it’s compatible with any of our wood handrail profiles. Simply drill a corresponding hole into your handrail and enjoy the extra support the newel provides for your system.

Key Features: 

  • 24″ long pin top section
  • 11″ mounting block section
  • 7″ portion with curves and grooves
  • 42″ height

Mounting & Finishing Information

Turned Newels mount on a stair, landing tread, or floor using the Sure-Tite System. Finished Turned Newels will be coated with a Pre-catalyzed Lacquer to protect them against natural oils on skin.

Product Specifications


Wood Grain & Color Variation

At StairSuppliesTM we strive to match the grain and color of all of our wood products as closely as possible. However, due to the natural character of wood products, there may be instances in which a perfect grain and color match is not possible. By ordering from StairSuppliesTM, you acknowledge that there may be some variation in the grain and color of your wood products.

Interior Use Only

This product may contain glue joints and is designed for interior use only.

Installation Guide

How to install Sure-Tite

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