Screw Extractor, Quick Change Adaptor & Bit Set
Screw Extractor, Quick Change Adaptor & Bit Set

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Screw Extractor, Quick Change Adaptor & Bit Set

Code: 600533

  • Removes broken fixings without damaging the surrounding material
  • 3 screw extractors for sizes 3mm to 6mm (6 to 14 gauge)
  • 3 stud extractors for bolts from M3 right up to M14
  • All on 1/4" hex shanks
  • Contains 1/4" hex quick change adaptor
  • Two Pozi, two Philips and two slotted bits
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This kit covers most eventualities, be it a screw with a damaged head or a bolt with a head too rounded for a spanner to gain any purchase. The kit also means the offending item can be removed quickly and without damaging the surrounding material. Three screw extractors cover screw sizes from 3mm to 6mm (6 to 14 gauge); three stud extractors are suitable for bolts from M3 right up to M14. The extractors are all on 1/4" hex shanks; the case also contains a 1/4" hex quick change adaptor plus two Pozi, two Phillips and two slotted bits.

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Overall rating 1.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Mike Nield

7 April 2014

Disappointed

I am sorry to have to write a bad review,the service and delivery was really good.However when I came to remove a stainless steel screw from a soft wood board I was in for a disappointment. I'd drilled a pilot hole and the extractor had tapped itself in nicely and was withdrawing the screw easily and had brought it out about 10mm when the extractor snapped,I wasn't applying excessive torque as up to it snapping the extractor had been doing its job comfortably,the only explanation appears to be weak metal,what a pity.

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