|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.7 x 3.7 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||8440P|
|Color||Black Poly case|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||90 day limited warranty.|
Alden 8440P Pro Grabit Broken Bolt and Damaged Screw Extractor 4 Piece Kit
|Price:||$23.69 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Two-step drill bit and extractor in one tool. Multiple tools not required.
- Self centering drill tip; no walking or wandering. No grinding, center punching required.
- Can be used in quick change chucks. Easy to use.
- Tempered twice for extra hardness. Results in multiple extractions per tool.
- Made from M2 HSS. Highest quality steel used and made in the USA.
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After that, I immediately went inside the house to extract two very small & stripped screws that were in a bedroom wall. It took two turns of stripping and extracting the screws, and then Viola! Worked again!
Best $20 I ever spent on a tool!
A. Use eye protection and gloves. When drilling out the screw, it generates a lot of small metal slivers which can fly out and could get into you eyes. They're small enough to stick into your skin as well, so wear heavy gloves. Make sure you clean-up afterwards or you could step on them.
B. Read the directions. I think some of the other people who reviewed this product didn't read the directions and just tried to muscle it (hence the melted extractor bit).
C. Go S-L-O-W. Use a variable speed drill and go as slow as possible. Also, set the torque on your drill to the most powerful setting so it doesn't "click" when it meets resistance.
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The screws were stuck so tight that my drill couldn't remove them, so I used a wrench to manually apply the force once the hole had been drilled and the second bit was in place. With later screws I didn't even attempt to use the drill for the second part/removal step, I just held the bit in place with my fingers and went straight to the wrench.
Having removed six screws the bit looks to be in perfect condition and can be used again.
My first chance to use it was on my daughter's Kia. I was putting in a new ignition coil when the small hardened bolt snapped off, leaving just a small, uneven stub sticking out about 1/4 inch from the valve cover housing where it goes. I was dreading having to replace the whole housing when I remember I had this tool.
In less than 5 minutes, the broken stub was out -- cleanly and smoothly with absolutely no damage to the housing. I've tried other products with little or no success. In several cases, I've ruined whatever it was that had the broken bolt stuck in it. Not this time, this time I was home free in a minute or two.
#1. The instructions don't include pictures, and it took me a few minutes to realize that with each bit one tip is for drilling a small recess into the top of the damage bolt and the other is for torquing into that hole once it has been made.
#2. GO SLOW, and with LIGHT pressure. The biggest mistake you can make (other than using the drill in forward rather than reverse) is to fail to align the drill portion with the center of the broken bolt. The bolt surface will be uneven so don't press into it. Position the drill right above it and start it spinning, then gently bring the tip of the bit into contact and let it make its own hole right in the center. Once you've got it started, you can add a little pressure but take your time. Make the hole good and deep. Then when you flip the bit and use the extractor side, it will astonish you with how well it bites right in and out comes your bolt.
#3. Reverse, reverse, reverse. Both the drilling part and the removing part must be done with the drill in reverse.
I have used this set 9 times now, and it worked all 9 times saving me countless headaches and a ton of money from not having to replace entire parts because a screw was rounded off or stripped.
I used this set on 4 sizes of phillips head screws, 2 sizes of hex screws and 2 sizes of slotted screws and worked flawlessly on every type. Maybe the others not using it right? You are supposed to "drill" out the head with one end of the tool, turn it over and then use the removal side, money every time I tried it anyway.
This thing grabs so tight that even my Dewalt impact driver will not let go of the stripped screw even when it is "impacting" to get out those stubborn long screws or rusted in screws.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. Follow the instructions, take it very slow, and this works for extracting screws. I will add that it is good to have an adjustable wrench on hand. Read morePublished 8 days ago by badwhiskey
Came in handy when I had to remove a badly damaged screw. I ended up using one of the smaller bit to remove and it worked like a charmPublished 10 days ago by wolf
its worth it they do work if your looking for something to get striped screws out you found itPublished 10 days ago by jon richter
I've had good luck with the gripping side after using a drill bit on fasteners with broken off heads. Read morePublished 20 days ago by testicular
works fine.... even if you have to extract some screws or or broken bits..... we have only used it a couple of times but we paid a lot for it and it was worth it.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pankil