If you are only driving a few of our threaded inserts, making your own driver is quick, easy, and works fairly well. But when it is time to install even as few as a dozen or so, you’ll appreciate the speed and convenience these factory made tools provide. Just slip the pilot shaft into the insert, seat the drive wings in the insert’s drive slot, and power them in! When the insert is fully driven, just pull the pilot shaft out, and you are ready for the next one - no need to unthread the insert and potentially loosen its grip on the wood as sometimes happens with shop made drivers.
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from Western Wisconsin
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Comments about Driver Bit for 1/4-20 Threaded Insert:
Wasn't sure it was worth the expense but was glad to have it to drive 24 inserts.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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thanks fo the tool, *****
By tutino's bakery
from glenwood springs, co
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Not worth a dime!
from Chicago Suburbs
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This driver is not like it's larger sibling the 5/16 driver. It is poorly made without the detent that holds it in place. The two small protusions that are suppose to attach to the insert are smaler than the insert's, and are sloppy to say the least.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend