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40-Piece Ryobi Impact Drive Bit Set and Socket Set EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 40-Piece Ryobi Impact Drive Bit Set and Socket Set for $9.97. Shipping is free or choose free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Note, pickup availability will vary by location.

Includes:
  • 1x Magnetic Bit Holder
  • 1x 1 in. PH1
  • 5x 1 in. PH2
  • 1x 1 in. PH3
  • 1x 1 in. SQ1
  • 4x 1 in. SQ2
  • 1x 1 in. SQ3
  • 1x 1 in. 1/8 in. Nut Driver
  • 1x 1 in. 5/32 in. Nut Driver
  • 1x 1 in. T15
  • 1x 1 in. T20
  • 3x 1 in. T25
  • 1x 2 in. PH1
  • 3x 2 in. PH2
  • 1x 2 in. PH3
  • 1x 2 in. SQ1
  • 3x 2 in. SQ2
  • 1x 2 in. SQ3
  • 3x 2 in. T25
  • 1x 1/2 in. 3/8 in. Socket
  • 1x 9/16 in. 3/8 in. Socket
  • 1x 3/8 in. Impact Socket Adaptor
  • 1x 3/16 in. Non Magnetic Nut Driver
  • 1x 1/4 in. Non Magnetic Nut Driver
  • 1 5/16 in. Non Magnetic Nut Driver

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 40-Piece Ryobi Impact Drive Bit Set and Socket on sale for $9.97. Shipping is free.

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KhaoZ asked this question on 06-30-2022 at 12:00 PM
06-30-2022 at 02:33 PM
You should only use impact rated bits with an impact driver. Non-impact rated bits can shatter from the impacting action.
06-30-2022 at 03:01 PM
Yes, they are specifically made for impact drivers. @ChachF said it well. You risk a "regular" drive bit/socket shattering because of the stress they see when used on an impact drill. You can use these impact bits/sockets with regular drills but not the other way around.
06-30-2022 at 05:54 PM
Shattering is a *possibility*, but the major regular issue is stripping a Phillips head bit. Impact rated last FOREVER compared to regular.

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Hmmm... How many bit sets do I need
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I don't know if web site issue or in-store only but got this message:

The product you are trying to view is not currently available.
If you have any questions, you can reach our web support team by email at [email protected] or by phone at 1-800-430-337
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Quote from lanman31337 :
I don't know if web site issue or in-store only but got this message:

The product you are trying to view is not currently available.
If you have any questions, you can reach our web support team by email at [email protected] or by phone at 1-800-430-337
Me too....
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Link not working
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Link worked for me! Thank you. Repped
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Does anyone happen to know if the ryobi branded bits are less prone to falling out of a ryobi impact driver versus non-ryobi branded bits?
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Hmmm... How many bit sets do I need
I feel you, at $10 + the fact that I am going to Home Depot today for some other stuff makes this very tempting. But I absolutely do not need it.

For those who are about to complain about the quality of Ryobi bits, I have had my set for a few years now, and granted, I only use them for the weekend project every now and then (about once or twice a month), I have had zero issues with them.
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Worked for me
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What brand do people recommend?
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Link isn't working for me either. Looked it up on HD website and I was able to find it but still not buy it.
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I have these and they seem to strip easily
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I have these and they seem to strip easily
The bits that came with my Ryobi impact wrench stripped very quickly. No issues with the DeWalt set I use now.
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Does anyone happen to know if the ryobi branded bits are less prone to falling out of a ryobi impact driver versus non-ryobi branded bits?
I've used Ryobi bits in my Ryobi impact. And the T20 started shearing after 20 screws. Idk I don't have much faith but I have a bunch I got through clearance so don't care if they break.

I'd say 50/50 reliability.
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