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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About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about 6 Pack #2 x 2'' Ball Detent ''Undersized'' No-Co-Rode Driver Bits:
Good basic product
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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excellent consistant fit in setting scre
from Lockport NY
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
I build adirondack chairs as a hobby,I am retired and love your square drive assortment of screws for durability and quality not to mention reasonable pricing
exactly what was listed in the catalog
By ADIY (avid do-it-yourselfer)
from Fergus Falls, MN
The coating on the screws I purchased necessitate using these driver bits and the bits work well because they are undersized just enough.
Outlasted 16 Year old Daughghter
By Jim Bob
from Locust NC
I used this driver to build my 12' x 14' and 6' x 12'deck. I do not think that we ever actualy had one to where out due to use. My 16 yearold daughter drove screws like a pro. I still have all of the bits purchased and we drove over 2000 screws. Best I have ever used.
Less is more
By Brian Hinther
from Dietrich, Idaho
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These work best for me with my impact driver--less likely to slip.