|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||8.7 x 5.1 x 0.7 inches|
|Item model number||TAIE0738|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
samcomorg TAIE0738 Easy Out Screw Extractor Set, 7 Piece
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Broken screws extractor. Handle made of Hi-grade steel Screw extractor made of chrome moly steel Quick & easy way to remove broken screws,pipes,bolts & studs 1/8" - 7/16".
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On the first use, the smallest bit lost all of its spiraled flute structure. So I drilled up to the next size, and it did the same maneuver. I ended up drilling the entire screw out, and threaded the holes to accommodate a 12-32 screw instead.
Curious about the performance of the remaining 3 extraction bits, maintaining my low expectations, I decided to drill a hole in a perfectly good 1/2 bolt, that I used a torque wrench to put on, I torqued this to 65-foot lbs, about the same torque as a Chevrolet 350 head. The middle extractor lost its fluting on this attempt. Undeterred I moved up a size, and it was able to remove the bolt. So the good news if if you need to remove a freshly installed, properly torqued bolt, this might be the tool for you! But if on the other hand, you have a bolt, which has stripped because it's over tightened, or weathered or rusted, save your money and buy a better quality tool from any other manufacturer.
Its a very odd little tool.
The instructions are completely useless. Just a weird drawing/diagram on the back of the package that makes absolutely no sense.
After tinkering with it for a while, I figured it out.
It worked well after I drilled a deep pilot hole into the broken screw. Who knew? Not me.. Trial and error eventually prevailed, and now I know how to use it..
Clear instructions would've be nice..