These extra-strong bits are designed specifically for use in the impact tools used by automobile, aircraft, mobile home, and other demanding manufacturers. The bits are machined from one piece of steel, then carefully hardened to make sure that the driver tip can take the expected abuse without shattering. In addition, the hardened steel bodies are less susceptible to distortion which can make removal of our two-piece bits difficult. We highly recommend these bits for use in cordless impact tools with 1/4” hex chucks. All bits are standard 1/4” hex shank. Made in the USA. Sold in packs of 5.
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A better Bit
from Grand Haven, MI
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Comments about #2 x 2'' Phillips ACR Impact Driver Bit:
I haven't used these phillips bits enough to get a good feel for their toughness or longevity. However, I notice that if I let up on the impact driver even a little, the bit starts climbing out of the screw head. I'm still using the same bit, but I've only driven about ten or twelve 3" screws. So far they are lasting longer than normal impact bits, but I can see that the bit is starting to deteriorate.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The Best driver
By Regency Masonry
from Buffalo, New York
These driver bits are the best we have ever bought. No slip with these and they seat perfectly in exterior screws. Will not buy any other bits.
Don't know what you've got 'til its gone
By Rusty Carpenter
from Sebastopol, ca
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Used it all day removing Phillips screws filled with paint. All types of screw from deck screws to drywall screws with most of them recycled from earlier work. My first one of these bits lasted over a year until it broke. I used and rapidly broke a few different other brands, until I ordered more of these from Mcfeely's.
from Aurora, NY
This bit shattered the day I received it after driving less than twenty 2-1/2" drywall screws into pine 2x8s. I was very disappointed. In fact I had meant to call to see if I could get another one to replace it to see if it was a fluke. I specifically bought it for my impact driver because I was tired of breaking bits. I had been using standard bits that lasted far longer. Maybe they are hardened too much.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend