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40-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Drill & Drive Set EXPIRED

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Northern Tool & Equipment has 40-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Drill and Drive Set (48-32-4006) on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free.

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Driving Bits Included:
  • #1, #2, #2R, #3 1" PH
  • #2, #3 2" PH
  • #1, #2, #3 1" SQ
  • #2, #3 2" SQ
  • T15, T20, T25 1" Torx
  • T20, T25 2" Torx
  • #8, #10 1" SL, #10 2" SL
  • 1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 1/4" Hex
  • 1/4", 5/16", 3/8" Nut Drivers

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Northern Tool & Equipment [northerntool.com] has the 40-Piece Milwaukee Shockwave Impact Duty Drill & Drive Set (#48-32-4006) on sale for $14.99. Shipping is free. Driving Bits Included:
  • #1, #2, #2R, #3 1" PH
  • #2, #3 2" PH
  • #1, #2, #3 1" SQ
  • #2, #3 2" SQ
  • T15, T20, T25 1" Torx
  • T20, T25 2" Torx
  • #8, #10 1" SL, #10 2" SL
  • 1/8", 5/32", 3/16", 1/4" Hex
  • 1/4", 5/16", 3/8" Nut Drivers
Rokket's Research: This set has an overall rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars from 250+ ratings at Northern Tool.

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Or don't assume that he doesn't know what he's doing. I have a Milwaukee Shockwave set and it is a PIA to get bits out compared to my several DeWalt cases. I like Milwaukee's stuff, but the fit on the bits in their cases is super tight.
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This deal price matches the Frontpage deal from last January; perhaps this could be a once-a-year clearance price?
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These deals are still available. Smilie
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Okay Rocky. Calm down.
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Saturday night, front page. I'm in for 1 😉
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Those thumbnail pictures are from 3 different sets...
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Worst cases ever. Bits are good, but have fun getting them out and back in.
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Worst cases ever. Bits are good, but have fun getting them out and back in.
Not really. The rows pivot upwards, and can be repositioned, but you must not be aware of that.
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Not really. The rows pivot upwards, and can be repositioned, but you must not be aware of that.
Or don't assume that he doesn't know what he's doing. I have a Milwaukee Shockwave set and it is a PIA to get bits out compared to my several DeWalt cases. I like Milwaukee's stuff, but the fit on the bits in their cases is super tight.
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Or don't assume that he doesn't know what he's doing. I have a Milwaukee Shockwave set and it is a PIA to get bits out compared to my several DeWalt cases. I like Milwaukee's stuff, but the fit on the bits in their cases is super tight.
Agree. I have a Shockwave drill bit set as well, and unless I want to risk a cut on my fingers from the bits (from slipping while pulling), I usually have to use pliers to get the bits out.
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I bought them last time. I fully agree on the case being a pain to get the bits off. The bits are also of questionable quality. Not awful but I would have expected better. The Phillips bits are all rounded by now with mild use. Overall I won't buy them again.
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Or don't assume that he doesn't know what he's doing. I have a Milwaukee Shockwave set and it is a PIA to get bits out compared to my several DeWalt cases. I like Milwaukee's stuff, but the fit on the bits in their cases is super tight.
I've never had any issues.
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Agree. I have a Shockwave drill bit set as well, and unless I want to risk a cut on my fingers from the bits (from slipping while pulling), I usually have to use pliers to get the bits out.
You guys are hilarious.
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