|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 4 x 1.1 inches|
|Item model number||53545|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||5120-01-335-2269|
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Irwin Tools 53545 Spiral Flute Screw Extractors, 6 Piece Set
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- Designed to remove broken studs, bolts, socket screws and fittings
- Aggressive left hand spiral design for extra gripping power
- Spiral flutes are designed to embed themselves deeper into the metal as you turn the tool, so as the fastener resistance increases, the extractor's grip increases
- Extractor size and recommended drill bit size are etched on each tool.
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After these failed to help me, I ended up buying an Alden 8430P Pro Grabit Broken Bolt and Damaged Screw Extractor 3 Piece Kit. It was slightly more expensive than this one at the time I bought it, but prices fluctuate. The price difference was not enough to justify buying this one first, and the other only if this one failed to work. I'd suggest buying the Alden first. It might not work for every screw for every user, but no product will.
I don't mean to imply that this product is inferior to other products of this design. If you've used traditional extractors, you can expect to get the results you expect. Not all failures will be because of the tool's design. People tend not to give bad reviews to products when they blame the situation. But user error rate also affects the likelihood that you will have the same problem. In my case "it was only because the specific situation didn't let me...." I can still blame the tool for lacking versatility, the ability to be used in certain tight spots, and with certain types of stripped heads.
After watching Youtube and how one guy with a similar problem over came it with these tools I went for it and bought a set. These worked brilliantly, using a socket wrench and the double female socket attachment from a distributor wrench I managed to remove the remainder of the spark plug and install the new one. Was a little worried it might snap after reading some of the comments, nice and easy does it and it will get the job done.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used this to extract a screw from a supercharger that was broken. Worked like a charm. Highly recommended.Published 1 month ago by Tommy Tek
I bought this set to unscrew my Honda key fob (about a 2mm sized head). It didn't work, I ended up hammering a flat head screw driver bit into the screw and that worked.Published 1 month ago by Rocky_Road_143
I used the second-to-the largest for removing a pipe nipple that had broken off in the bung at the top of my large air compressor. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MarkD
I still couldn't get the tiny screw out. It must be my lack of skills with this tool.Published 2 months ago by J. Jones
Used this to remove a screw that had the head rusted off in the bathroom overflow drain. Saved me however much it would have cost to get a plumber to do it and didn't damage the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by MF