Discounted: Neiko 1/4-Inch Keyless Chuck Conversion for Power Tools

Neiko 1/4-Inch Keyless Chuck Conversion for Power Tools

Neiko 1/4-Inch Keyless Chuck Conversion for Power Tools
Convert 1/4-inch hex shank Screwdriver into a drill. Use This to convert Any cordless screwdriver into a drill or grinder. Driver shank: 1/4-inch hex.

  • Convert any 1/4-inch hex shank screwdriver into a drill
  • Use This chuck to convert any cordless screwdriver into a drill or grinder
  • Universal driver 1/4-inch hex shank, snaps right in to the screwdriver

List Price: $ 15.99

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Question by Nehemiah Taylor: How do I remove the power steering pump?
I have a 1998 Ford Taurus and I bought a new power steering pump but I can’t get the old one out. I can’t get to the tenision bolt and I don’t know which way to loosen it. Help please.

Best answer:

Answer by Country Boy
*Do not try to remove the bolt on the end of the pulley! Here’s the deal: You haven’t located the 3/8 square hole in the center of the serpentine belt tensioner spring housing, not the pulley. Any auto parts store and Sears has a serpentine belt tensioner compressor tool that makes this job so easy Ray Charles could have done it.

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    • Joseph R. Anterola
    • May 23, 2013
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    New best friend,, April 3, 2013
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    Joseph R. Anterola (Rockwell, NC United States) –
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    This review is from: Neiko 1/4-Inch Keyless Chuck Conversion for Power Tools (Misc.)

    I use my makita 10v all the time, but it has a speed loader on it. I love my drill to death, but I hate using speed loading drill bits, they just don’t hold up and break often, and its hard to find one that cuts into stainless steel. I work installing computer equipment in bars, restaurants, clubs, etc. I’m constantly installing shelves and drilling holes in stainless. I’d much rather use my smaller light weight makita with a bright LED built into it that stays on a few seconds after pulling the trigger than use my much larger much heavier, much more awkward to use in tight spaces dewalt 18v. This item does the trick! I would definitely repurchase this again.

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    • cnmne
    • May 23, 2013
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good value, February 21, 2013
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    cnmne (Ann Arbor, MI) –

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    This review is from: Neiko 1/4-Inch Keyless Chuck Conversion for Power Tools (Misc.)

    Not a precision tool, but very good for the price. It wobbles a bit in a power screwdriver, but that is mostly due to the hex chuck in the screwdriver (DeWalt DCF610). I use the Neiko chuck to twist wires and it is more than adequate for that purpose. It would be fine for non-precision drilling as well.

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    • Petie
    • May 23, 2013

    You will need several tools. Remove the accessory belt first by loosening the tensioner or by loosening the rear bolts on your power steering pump. Locate all the bolts for your power steering pump and then remove all the transmission lines with the proper wrench. Do not strip the nuts. Everything is lefty loosey righty tighty. You will need a pan to catch all of that fluid that will come out of the lines and the pump. Set the pump on a bench vise and then you will need a pulley puller. Remove the pulley with the pulley puller then re-install the pulley. Remount the pump and adjust your accessory belt. The toughest part will be removing that pulley off the pump. Good luck.
    1. Proper wrenches
    2. Bench vise
    3. Pulley puller
    4. Drain pan
    5. Power steering fluid

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