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DeWalt DW5785 3/4 in. Spline Shank Steel Ground Rod Driver
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DeWalt DW5785 3/4 in. Spline Shank Steel Ground Rod Driver

Item# SPM7012163007 | Model# DW5785 | Added on October 21, 2010 | Seller: CPO Outlets
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Dewalt DW5785. Features: Fully hardened steel body delivers increased life and durability. For light chipping and chiseling of tile, mortar, glazing compounds, and other masonry products.

The DEWALT® 3/4 In. Round Spline Shank Ground Rod Driver adds versatility to your rotary hammer so you can work confidently knowing that you always have the right tool for the job. Perfect for chiseling and chipping applications, this shank is compatible with all rotary hammers that accept 3/4 In. hex by 21/32 In. round shanks. The shank is precision manufactured with a fully hardened steel body, which delivers increased product life and durability, so you never have to worry about premature tool replacement. DEWALT® is committed to making products that help you get the job done better.Feature Benefits
  • Fully hardened steel body delivers increased life and durability.
  • Ground rod driver is used for installing ground rods, parking bumper stakes, etc.
  • Compatible with all rotary hammers that accept 3/4 In. hex by 21/32 In. round shanks
  • Add versatility to your rotary hammer
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