Check out: Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set

Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set

Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set
The Quik-Lok system allows users to change and accessories quickly and easily. The patented all- chuck feature will accept and hold all 3/8- and 1/2-inch accessories including double-ended bits. The kit is an ideal choice for professional contractors with the need to frequently and quickly change bits. Other system features include titanium for long life and superior performance, made from premium quality S2 steel for high torque applications, and a convenient storage case. The kit comes backed with a limited lifetime manufacture’s warranty. What’s in the Box
6-inch quik-lok all-hex extension, quick-lok all-hex chuck, compact screw guide, five Phillips bit tips, four square recess bit tips, two slotted bit tips, seven power groove bits, six double-ended bits, two socket adaptors, two magnetic nutsetters, seven titanium shank drill bits, and storage case.

  • Versatile and durable 38-piece quik-lok bit system
  • Quik-lok all-hex chuck provides fast and easy accessory changes and fits all 3/8- and 1/2-inch drill chucks
  • Screwdriver bits made from premium quality S2 steel for high torque applications
  • Titanium drill bits for long life and superior performance
  • Limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty

List Price: $ 49.50

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Question by The Lord of Darkness: Is there anything that I can do if the hard drive screws are too tight?
I’ve been trying to unscrew a hard drive from the… the thing that the hard drive and floppy drive sit in, in a computer case. The floppy drive was easy to unscrew with a screwdriver, but the screws holding the hard drive in place are just plain ridiculous. If I turn any harder, I’m afraid I’m going to break or chip the screwdriver head. I blame HP for this. Why on Earth would they screw it in so tight?! Are they afraid that somebody is going to open up the computer case and steal the hard drive IN THE STORE? Ugh, I hate HP…

Best answer:

Answer by AnswerRack.com
Hi,
Should only be one screw holding in hard drive, could be wrong but they have been that way since I have changed them.

Make sure you are loosening the right screw and turning it the right way.

Sorry if I am wrong but take a good look at it, should remove one screw.

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    • G. Hartman "Slayer Master"
    • February 13, 2014
    87 of 94 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    drill bits are junk, February 5, 2008
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    This review is from: Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I have owned this kit for 6 months now and I’m down to 3 out of the 5 drilling bits. The 2 offenders snapped off like twigs.I have never broken a bit until now. Also, the case does not hold bits in there place when transporting. (I keep mine in my tool bag which gets moved around daily). Every time I open the box bits have slid all over the place.

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    • D. Walsh
    • February 13, 2014
    78 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Poor Quality – Broken bits and a Quik-Lok which will not release a bit., September 1, 2008
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    D. Walsh (BC, Canada) –
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    This review is from: Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set (Tools & Home Improvement)
    I have broken most of the drill bits. Often the first time the drill bit was used. The quik-lok will not release one of the driver bits making it useless.

    My hobby for the past eight years is woodworking. I try to buy the best tools I can afford so I do not have to replace then a year later. I have a number of other Milwaukee products and have been pleased with the performance and quality. However this bit set is junk.

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    • James A. Heard
    • February 13, 2014
    115 of 128 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Poor quality bits, poor customer service, March 2, 2008
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    James A. Heard (San Francisco, California USA) –
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    This review is from: Milwaukee 48-32-1500 Quik-Lok 38-Piece Hex Shank Drilling and Driving Bit Set (Tools & Home Improvement)
    One of these bits snapped off on the second use, and I’ve used it only to drill into douglas fir, avoiding any knots.

    Worse still, Milwaukee customer service does not live up to the company’s vaunted reputation. I sent the bit to the local authorized service center, as directed by the website, only to be told the Milwaukee warranty doesn’t cover bits.

    Not satisfied, I contacted the company directly, who said they would cover it if it was defective, but I’d have to send it to the regional service center (not the same place I sent it already). I contacted the place I sent it to originally, but have not been able to get them to return it to me (despite having enclosed a return envelope, postage prepaid, when I sent it to them).

    All in all, I would say the entire experience has been very disappointing, and I will not buy another Milwaukee bit.

    By the way, do not imagine that you are buying domestic just because of the name – like nearly everything else, these bits are made in China.

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    • peter
    • February 13, 2014

    You won’t break the screwdriverhead as long as the head fits wel. Also there are screwdrivers that allow you to use extra force. There are for instance t-shaped screwdrivers that wil easily allow you to use a lot of force.

    When however the screwdriverhead doesn’t fit snugly into the screwhead don’t force the issue. You wil ruin the screwhead and then it wil get realy difficult to get the screw out.

    so basically get the right tools:

    http://newelectronx.com/proddetail.php?prod=t-handle-screwdriver
    http://www.tools-plus.com/power-tools-tool-accessories-screwing-accessories-phillips-bits.html

    Above links are just examples to get an idea of what you might need. I have almost the exact same screwdriver and a bunch of loose bits.

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