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      Craftsman  5 pc. Screw Extractor Set - Includes Screw Extractors No. 1-5

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      Product Type: Screw-out sets
      Quantity in Set: 5 pc.
      Units Type: SAE

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      5 pc. screw extractor set: Includes screw extractors No. 1-5 spiral screw extractors - tapered, left-hand spiral flutes grips screw firmly. Heat treated and tempered tool steel for long life.

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      Added on May 13, 2010

       

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      5 Reviewers (42.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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      Praise1 found this helpful
      unionrick
      Jan 14 , 2014
      Screw extractor
      I needed to purchase this product to remove a screw my son had stripped in his vehicle. It did the job quickly and easily. We are loyal to craftsman tools because of the consistent quality.
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      andkorn
      Apr 16 , 2009
      snaps easily
      I have a very small but annoying bolt stuck. I successfully drilled a 5/64 inch hole in the bolt (not easy!). Inserted the #1 screw extractor and applied slow constant force. The extractor reached the end of the hole and stopped. I applied the same amount of force again and the extractor snapped like a toothpick, leaving me stranded. Now I need to drill out the entire thing and hope I can re-thread. If you look closely at the product you can see that it is not made of the same high-strength metal as drill bits are. I can see this product working on a low-torque job, but most of the time if a bolt has snapped that means it is seized and needs lots of torque. I am eyeing the Schroeder HI-TRAC 5-pc. Fine Thread Screw Extractor Set, but it is too large for my needs.
       

      oldmancollins

      Collins, OH

      Oct 29 , 2014
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      broke again

      first time I used them I broke one because I didn't use the proper size and it wasn't in far enough I think. Or I used too big of a wrench to turn it? No better than the ones I would get from discount stores. Ended up almost drilling old bolt out and putting in smaller bolt with nut.


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      Jan 14 , 2014
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      Screw extractor

      I needed to purchase this product to remove a screw my son had stripped in his vehicle. It did the job quickly and easily. We are loyal to craftsman tools because of the consistent quality.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      mdelo

      Columbus, OH

      Nov 23 , 2013
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      broke after two uses

      I have a machinist background and 30+years experience and have extracted broken studs, bolts, screws, drills, and taps. The fist broken exhaust stud I removed from an aluminum head came out as advertised however the second stud removal was a nightmare. The extractor twisted off in the stud and being rockwell hardened steel it was a long time extraction process. Not only did it happen once the next larger extractor did the same so I got to repeat the process. Should have drilled the stud out and re-tapped it for a larger size would have save time and money.


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      purpleshaydze

      Lawrenceburg, IN

      May 2 , 2013
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      If this worked for you, you're lucky

      My motorcycle rotor bolt was stripped so I went to the local hardware store to get some extractors. I had used this type of extractor before (of way better quality) and have had great success. As soon as I drilled a hole deep enough I hammered bit No. 3 snug in the hole. As I started to twist counter clockwise I could feel success as the bit tightened. Not a second later the bit snapped off in the hole. Needless to say I'm really pissed because I now have a much more complex project than I wanted.


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      batkdz

      Cadiz, KY

      Jul 19 , 2012
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      just what i need

      great

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      nancymorrell

      Tucson, AZ

      Apr 11 , 2012
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      When you need them

      Boy, when you need these they are great. The screws that you need them for are always the hardest to get to but these will do the job.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      jacky2u

      Black Diamond, WA

      Jan 14 , 2011
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      Worked fine

      used the #4 extractor to take out a broken bolt. Worked fine. Would like to see the drill bit sizes stamped on the extractors.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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      Doclees

      Harrisburg, PA

      Nov 30 , 2010
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      Screw extractor set. Junk.

      Snapped the next to large one with less than 25 lbs of torque. 


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      andkorn

      , Connecticut

      Apr 16 , 2009
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      snaps easily

      I have a very small but annoying bolt stuck. I successfully drilled a 5/64 inch hole in the bolt (not easy!). Inserted the #1 screw extractor and applied slow constant force. The extractor reached the end of the hole and stopped. I applied the same amount of force again and the extractor snapped like a toothpick, leaving me stranded. Now I need to drill out the entire thing and hope I can re-thread. If you look closely at the product you can see that it is not made of the same high-strength metal as drill bits are. I can see this product working on a low-torque job, but most of the time if a bolt has snapped that means it is seized and needs lots of torque. I am eyeing the Schroeder HI-TRAC 5-pc. Fine Thread Screw Extractor Set, but it is too large for my needs.


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      GoldenP51

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      Apr 8 , 2009
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      Excellent!

      I had a torx bolt stripped and stuck in my jeep. Drilled the pilot hole and used the largest bit in this set and it got it out with no problem. Very strong and sturdy bits, surprised at how easy and well these worked.

      I would recommend this product to a friend.

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