Yes, you can. Be sure to make new holes with your nails (old ones can be too bored out). We have fixed and replaced literally 100's of 1000's of feet of this product. Contact me if ya wanna see examples, many pics on the web (not sure if I can mention this link in a thread?)
Just a few tips/
1. Try to stay about an inch off the edge with your new nail, old dry wood splits easy at the edges.
2. Turn your nail around backwards, with the head of the nail placed exactly where your going to drive it, tap the point with a hammer (to flatten tip) the head of the nail will give a pilot impression. Helps with splitting.
Depending on the age of your structure, it's possiable to hit unguarded water lines or even electrical while nailing. Even when hitting directly into a stud/member (thats where the lines run). So be careful of the nail length you use. I could tell you horror stories of my guys hitting water lines and not knowing it....
4. If using a nail gun
: In certain wind zones you have to use a full head nail instead of a clipped head
, if unsure check local codes. I would urge you to to use a full head nail. Much better and not much more expensive.