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Craftsman 7/64 in. Titanium, 1/4 in. Hex Shank Drill Bit

Item# 00964055000P | Model# 64055 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 7/64 in. Titanium, 1/4 in. Hex Shank Drill Bit
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7/64 inch Titanium drill bit

Use with 1/4 In. Speed-Lok connector, or chuck directly into drill. Hex shank eliminates bit slippage. Premium titanium finish. Use in wood, metal, or plastics. 135 degree split point tip penetrates on contact, prevents walking of bit.Feature Benefits
  • Titanium coating reduces friction and increases drilling speeds in metal
  • Split point penetrates on contact preventing drill bit walking
  • Multi-purpose fro wood, metal, and plastic
  • Made in the USA
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By BrianSmithWi
July 16th, 2015
Great for use with impact driver

Many people might not know, but for smaller holes you have use your impact driver for drilling holes. I always try to buy Sears ones since they tend to last longer (impact can over torque the bit sometimes so need replacements every now and again).

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Shorelander

Drill bit

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Works as it's supposed to. Lasts longer if it's constantly oiled when drilling metal.

July 3rd via mobile
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BrianSmithWi
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Great for use with impact driver

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Many people might not know, but for smaller holes you have use your impact driver for drilling holes. I always try to buy Sears ones since they tend to last longer (impact can over torque the bit sometimes so need replacements every now and again).

July 16th via sears.com
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worksandlight
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drill bits

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fast switch from one size to another good quality

December 30th via sears.com
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tvitale239
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great product

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June 1st via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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You Know the Drill

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I purchased my first set of Craftsman drill bits over fifteen years ago. The deck I built in 2001 was put together using my Craftsman drill and a bit just like this one. The 7/64 bit I first purchased a long time. Last summer, I built a 12'x20' dutch barn. I wore out the second bit I'd purchased. Now, I have a third bit. I'll wear it out in a little bit.

May 27th via sears.com
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