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Craftsman  4 pc. Drill-Out Power Extractor

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Item Weight (lbs.): 0.19
Product Type: Bolt-out sets
Quantity in Set: 4 pc.
Units Type: SAE and Metric

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Removes broken screws/bolts that are snapped or broken off. Requires a 3/8 in. reversing drill. Easy to use 2-step process removes most common fasteners.

  • Removes most common fasteners
  • Removes sizes 1/8 to 1/4 in. or 3mm to 6mm small bolts
  • Drills into grade 2 to grade 8, and stainless steel
  • Drills into uneven and rough surfaces
  • Reusable set of 4, removes #5 and 6, 3mm, #8 and 4mm, #10 and 12, 5mm, 1/4 in., 6mm

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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15 Reviews Write a review
9 Reviewers (60.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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jimbop
Jun 14 , 2007
drill out power extractor
I was sceptical when I got this item for Christmas but recently I was able to use it on a very difficult screw holding a battery in place for a riding lawnmower and it worked exactly the way it was supposed to. Needless to say I was very impressed. I will definitely use it in the future and have already recommended it to several of my friends.
Criticism3 found this helpful
blocko
Jul 9 , 2013
one time use
Well, it worked, but while using the #4 bit, it broke. No problem I thought, Craftsman can be returned when broke. Uhhhh, no, not quite. Only some tools have this warranty and this ain't one of them!!!! $30.00 down the tubes for one time use. I might as well buy some cheap pos at **************, at least they take their broken tools back!!
 

ToolBuyer2013

Pleasanton, CA

Feb 19 , 2014
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Great tool

From the packaging i didn't think it was going to work well. But i was shocked at how well theses worked on the most rusted bolts and screws i tried them on. Very easy to use and always handy when working on anything with screws or bolts that weathered.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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spirulerlocus

Phoenix, AZ

Dec 30 , 2013
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A must have

I don't use these much, but when you need them they are a must. The extractors in this kit are a nice range of sizes for most tasks and they come in a nice case that will help prevent loosing them.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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blocko

Sparks, NV

Jul 9 , 2013
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one time use

Well, it worked, but while using the #4 bit, it broke. No problem I thought, Craftsman can be returned when broke. Uhhhh, no, not quite. Only some tools have this warranty and this ain't one of them!!!! $30.00 down the tubes for one time use. I might as well buy some cheap pos at **************, at least they take their broken tools back!!


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guyver

Los Angeles, CA

Feb 15 , 2013
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Great tool

Simple to use. Just drill on one side of the bit. Flip it over and extract broken bolt. Great tool.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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HOTROD101

Hammond, Indiana

Nov 10 , 2011
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I used. the extractor and it broke, needs to be stronger.

I have many craftsmen tools and i love them. I just recently bought an extractor kit and tried to use it for taking out a head bolt on my brothers car. I was unable to extract the bolt from the head and it took a long time just to drill down far enough to flip the extractor over and use it. When we finally got it drilled out and used the extractor I slowly turned it in and it grabbed. I continued to slowly turn the bolt and it would not give. Eventually I broke the extractor in the head. I love my Craftsmen and I hate to give a bad review but we need to figure out a tool that can withstand the abuse of hardened steel. I will continue to buy from Sears and Craftsmen thank you gor all your hard work. Jason R. Lunsford


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ilTucc

Littleton, CO

Oct 24 , 2011
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Worked perfectly!

One of the bolts holding the alternator in my car sheared off.  Rather than pay a mechanic $300, I bought the extractor set for about $40 and a new bolt for $3.  I had to re-read the instructions several time as the first part of step 2 didn't make any sense -- until I opened the package and looked at the bits.  I was a still little apprehensive because the last thing I wanted to do was make the broken bolt worse and have an even more expensive repair.  I also read a couple of the reviews on this site.

 

Following a tip from another reviewer, I pre-drilled a smaller hole with a conventional bit.  Then I used the power extractor as instructed.  The bolt came out quickly and easily.

 

This is a great set of tools to have on hand!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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storminnormantx

Davenport, IA

Jun 29 , 2011
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It broke in half and made the whole precess more difficult.

I bought this extractor to remove two screws that had the heads rusted off. It was difficult to get the hole in the screw drilled and then when I finally got it in the extractor broke in half. The shaft that was lodged in there was strong enough to dull every additional bit I used on it. If you have an especially difficult bolt make sure you buy a stronger extractor.


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tadas

Cannonville, UT

Mar 27 , 2011
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useless

very expensive and totaly useless. i had one of the oil filter's cap screws (ATV) broken, it seemed to be not a big deal, just needed a right tool to take care of a problem so decided to buy this easy-out set. it left me extremely disapointed after the first try to use it... i finally got it out, but using simple 30 cent drill bit, not this 30 dollar piece of s....


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tpculp

Orange, TX

Jan 27 , 2011
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These extractors work very well IF.....

These extractors work very well IF the bolt or screw threads are NOT frozen. If you broke the head off trying to unscrew the bolt then the threads are frozen and these will have little chance of working. HOWEVER if you broke the head off by shearing it or the head bottomed out before the thread did then these will work like a dream. In fact some will back out just by using the reverse (left handed) drill bit end. Good Luck

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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wakko11

Glendale, CA

Oct 4 , 2010
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Works only on large headed screws.

It works well on larger screws. Screws with smaller heads can't be removed easily.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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