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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Better Than the rest
from Austin, TX
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Comments about 6 Pack #2 x 1'' Wire Detent ''Undersized'' No-Co-Rode Driver Bits:
I use this tip everyday for all my square drive screws. They are very durable. I loose them long before they wear out.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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600+ screws, only two No-Co-Rode Bits
By Runnin Bare
from Beavercreek, OR
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Followed Lumber supplier's suggestion and used Trim Head Screws on my 2 X 6" Sun Wood decking. Now pulling all 800 screws and replacing with No-Co-Rode square drive deck screws that I should have used in the first place; squeaks gone.
Great Driver Bits for the money
By Scott G
from Bardstown, KY
Good for installing screws into guides for drawer boxes.
More slipage with these
from sylva, NC
I am not sure if these work better with coated screws than regular bits. Have not gotten around to try regular tips with these screws.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Undersize Sq Drive Bits
from Kemmerer, Wy
The product is worth buying, for use with the Promax. The coating on the promax reduces the square slot size. The Promax is a combo head but this square drive bit is much better, than trying to use the phillips.