No-Co-Rode screws have significantly more plating on them than most other "corrosion resistant" screws, and that’s the way we want it. The extra thickness increases fastener life considerably. However, because of production variables, the coating is sometimes thick enough to affect driver bit fit. We would rather go a little overboard than under plate the screws and shorten the fastener life. "No-Co-Rode" Drivers have slightly undersized tips and fit the plated recess of a NO-Co-Rode screw perfectly.
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By train guy
from Jupiter, Florida
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about #2 x 2'' Ball Detent ''Undersized'' No-Co-Rode Driver Bit:
Just what I needed
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I loose or misplace them before I wear them out. Don't believe I've ever worn one out,or broken one.
Works very well
Rugged, durable bit that works much better than standard bit with No-Corrode screws.
Works Like a Charm
Works much better than stndard bit on no-corrode or zinx dipped screws.
No-Co-Rode Driver Bit
By Repair Pro
from North Royalton, Ohio
The slightly undersize bit was designed to fit a No-Co-Rode screw head and worked like a charm. No complaints. This is a good product.