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Craftsman Drill Extractor

Item# 00952152000P | Model# 52152 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman Drill Extractor
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Remove Busted Bolts and Screws with the Craftsman Drill Extractor When you have a broken bolt or stud that needs to be removed, get out your variable speed reversible drill and your drill extractor. Use it on screws or bolts that have busted off on the inside of the casting or on the outside. Place the self-centering point on the extractor in the center of the bolt or screw. Drill out the stud to a half in. Insert the tip of the extractor into the drilled hole and remove whatever has broken off. The shortened length on the Craftsman drill extractor makes it easier to control the tip. Tips of 1/4" and 1/2" and tips of 6 mm and 12 mm are included in the 4-pc. set. The extractors are sliver colored and come inside of a plastic case for easy storage. A lifetime warranty covers these extractors if anything should happen to them.

  • Use a variable speed reversible drill and your drill extractor set to remove broken-off bolts, studs or screws
  • Works whether the bolt is broken off inside of the casting or on the outside
  • Self-centering point on the extractor goes straight to the center
  • Insert extractor tip into the drilled hole and remove broken item
  • Shortened length makes it easier to control the tip
  • Both SAE and metric
  • Includes a plastic case for storage
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By Veraison
March 28th, 2012
Worked well for me

The extractor is somewhat unique in how it works, compared to the spiral and flute traditional types. Read and UNDERSTAND the instructions before using. It worked perfectly for me, but it was a "clean" problem I had - Two bolts on the 3 point hitch mount had sheared off (as designed) due to excess stress on my Case tractor. The bolts were not rusty, the heads just sheared off flush. The first bolt came out using the two steps required (drill then extract) with the extractor. The second bolt actually unscrewed while drilling the hole for the extractor (drill bit is counter clockwise rotation). I think this would work on slightly rusty bolts as well, but it would probably be important to really prep the rusty bolt first with lots of penetrating oil, some sharp taps on it to try to break the rust bond, etc. before using the extractor.

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By 1badmexican
November 21st, 2013
Poor drill extracter

Had a broken bolt in an intake manifold. After several attempts of removing it with an extractor I have up and went and purchased this one. This did not even drill into the bolt after about 30 minutes of drilling and getting no where fast I returned the item and got a refund.

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Works well

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April 30th via sears.com
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CHRIS MCCUE
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November 26th
BLBL

Drill Extractor

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Used the 1/4 bit...first time it broke. Used the 5/16 bit, first time it broke. Followed directions each, used heat and PB Blaster with variable speed drill on low in reverse. Did not work well, after two attempts to return with lifetime warranty, item was replaced. Maybe they only work on soft bolts?

January 26th via sears.com
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Biggy72

Won't even drill into bolt...

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I tried drilling out a grade 8 bolt and this extractor wouldn't even drill into the bolt. I struggled on one bolt for half an hour and I am returning the kit this afternoon. Maybe this kit works well for soft poor quality bolts, but it will not get out higher strength bolts.

July 24th via craftsman.com
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TIM MORTON
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ok for tight spots

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works ok i use it in tight quarters only I use regular drill and easy outs other wise don't try to sharpen the bit though

December 30th
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