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:iconcraigpittard663:craigpittard663 posted a status There are scores of "kits" available from each of the manufactures which have one quarter inch hex drive screwdriver bits in them. They operate well in your screwdriver and fairly nicely on your cordless drill, but when you use them in your cordless impact driver they do not last long. You frequently change them but he next thing you know, the pieces are wiping from the screws.The new upsetting drivers have considerably more torque than cordless screwdrivers and drill/drivers so that the current hex bits simply don't do the job well.To fix this DeWalt, Milwaukee, and Makita have come out with better driver pieces. These new pieces for your effect driver are stronger, tougher and should last much longer than the tradtional screw driver bits. Of course they'll do the job well in your drill/driver too!Milwaukee has introduced the "Milwaukee Shockwave," Dewalt that the "Impact Ready" pieces. Craftsman is noticeably silent in this class, yet. Craftsman is analyzing a rugged new layout and will present their own sometime this year. I would like to see Craftsman completely reorganize their nut driver bits, torx screwdriver bit sets, driver bits, influence screwdriver bits, and affect driver collections.It will take a while for this particular category to shake for terminology. There will be some confusion because there's a conventional class called effect driver pieces. The group refers to a tool which you struck with a hammer to loosen stubborn nut and screws. Another traditional category called effect sockets is commonly called heavy duty sockets used with air impact tools.

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