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50-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Driver Steel Bit Set

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Home Depot has 50-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Driver Steel Bit Set (48-32-4024) on sale for $14.97. Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $45+. Thanks v8994

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This set features custom machined tips to prevent stripping and reduces wobble and custom alloy 76 steel to maximize resistance to wear and shock. 318 reviews on HomeDepot.com give this set a 4.7 out of 5 star overall rating. -Corwin

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Right. I have an older set and sometimes I legit lose chunks of flesh getting some of the bits out
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2 T25 power bits
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This is a nice little kit assuming this is the same one they had on sale around this time last year. The case is solid and it has the perfect size flathead for removing outlet covers with my 12v driver.
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Why so hard to remove bits out of this?!?!?
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Why so hard to remove bits out of this?!?!?
Right. I have an older set and sometimes I legit lose chunks of flesh getting some of the bits out
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Why so hard to remove bits out of this?!?!?
You're supposed to flip the row up first, then pull the bit out.
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Any kit without t25 is stupid and useless. Very surprising from Milwaukee.
It shows listed in contents the following;

2 T25 power bits
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Love their hex drive drill bit set. Agree with top notch case. Gotta grab the item from the bottom, after flipping up the row, to avoid hospitalization. Wish I needed this set. The drill set may still be at $20 like it was 2 weeks ago, down from $30 or $35
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It shows listed in contents the following;

2 T25 power bits
Right you are! The table doesn't list it, but the contents does! Thanks!
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I just use my 1/4" Ryodi impact driver and the cheap P3/hex bits from 300-piece Sear/Craftman drill & driver set ($18??) to remove some stubborn rotor screws on a 12-year old Honda Odyssey and a 5-year old CTS this weekend... Perfect 100%... I used to use hammer + hand-held impact driver with 50-50 chance and resorted to drill out bad ones.

I rather own the 300-piece Craftsman kit over this.
drill those dumb screws out it the only way. If you decide to replace them put anti seize
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I have several variations of these kits. Love each and every one of them. You never need a particular bit until you need them. A lot of times you strip a screw and only a particular sized bit that you otherwise would never use is the magical one that will help. Absolutely love these and will probably buy this one just for kicks.

I'd also like to add the drill bits look like the common sizes for pre-drilling drywall anchors. Very useful!
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