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Craftsman  Drill90™ Attachment

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Convert a drill into a right-angle tool. Includes 3/8 in. geared chuck. 3/8 in. hex shaft fits any 3/8 in. or larger drill. Strong polymer handle for left or right hand usage. 90 degree design for use in tight spaces. Beveled gears - industrial grade for long life.

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Added on February 16, 2009

 

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3 Reviewers (33.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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jbartoli
Sep 15 , 2013
Great if...
I needed to drill one hole (through two 4x4s) so I didn't want to spend a lot of money... read the reviews on here about it working ok for a few and blowing up for people drilling many holes. so I bought it and it worked really well, but I did notice that it made a whirling sound. I opened it up and as suspected, the gears were bone dry! (just 4 screws) I lubricated them well with high-temp barring grease and it worked great! no sound, smooth rotation. (NOTE: don't tighten the screws too much as this caused a bit of tension on the gears). I believe this was the cause of everyones problems. this probably would be great product if they manufacturer would have spent a few cents and properly grease the gears! For the price, it's a great buy, just make sure you lube it before you use it .
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ColonelBob
Oct 2 , 2008
Unbacked junk
During a recent remodeling of my kitchen I purchased this tool to drill 1 inch holes in ceiling joists to run wiring for recessed lighting. I had about 20 joists to drill. i had completed about half of them when the plastic case of the tool shattered. I called Sears for warranty and was told that the tool was not covered by warranty. This is a good tool idea but is poorly made. It is a right angle gear in a cheap plastic housing. It should have a stronger grade of plastic/nylon or a metal housing. Sears calls this a craftsman tool but does not warranty it. I am searching for a similiar tool with a metal or industrial grade housing. This tool from Sears is for very light use only.
 

CES5

Clearfield, PA

Nov 3 , 2013
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Angle Drill Adaptor

This is a very good accessory to have with a drill set. I have had places where you can't fit your drill into and this angle adaptor can get in those difficult areas.


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Sep 20 , 2013
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Great tool

Allows me to really get into tight places.


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jbartoli

La Habra, CA

Sep 15 , 2013
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Great if...

I needed to drill one hole (through two 4x4s) so I didn't want to spend a lot of money... read the reviews on here about it working ok for a few and blowing up for people drilling many holes. so I bought it and it worked really well, but I did notice that it made a whirling sound. I opened it up and as suspected, the gears were bone dry! (just 4 screws) I lubricated them well with high-temp barring grease and it worked great! no sound, smooth rotation. (NOTE: don't tighten the screws too much as this caused a bit of tension on the gears). I believe this was the cause of everyones problems. this probably would be great product if they manufacturer would have spent a few cents and properly grease the gears! For the price, it's a great buy, just make sure you lube it before you use it .

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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darthnarsil

Butler, PA

Feb 13 , 2013
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good alternative

i didn't need a dedicated right angle drill, but there were some projects that one would come in handy, so when i saw this adapter i picked it up and it has not disappointed

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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rudyj58

Akron, OH

Nov 7 , 2012
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Craftsman, aways the best!

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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lostinbadtools

Libby, MT

Oct 22 , 2012
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not worth 17 dollers

broke the first time I used it. Its all plastic


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ColonelBob

Virginia Beach, VA

Oct 2 , 2008
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Unbacked junk

During a recent remodeling of my kitchen I purchased this tool to drill 1 inch holes in ceiling joists to run wiring for recessed lighting. I had about 20 joists to drill. i had completed about half of them when the plastic case of the tool shattered. I called Sears for warranty and was told that the tool was not covered by warranty. This is a good tool idea but is poorly made. It is a right angle gear in a cheap plastic housing. It should have a stronger grade of plastic/nylon or a metal housing. Sears calls this a craftsman tool but does not warranty it. I am searching for a similiar tool with a metal or industrial grade housing. This tool from Sears is for very light use only.


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toolsinwa

, Western Washington State

Jan 28 , 2008
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Maybe good for very light work??

The first time I got around using this, I put a very sharp 1" spade bit in it. Punching through some douglas fir studs, it suddenly exploded during the fifth stud. I really mean exploded. I never found all the parts for it. I really didn't put excessive pressure on it, but maybe it wasn't built for this. It would probably last for a while on light duty jobs. Now to just shop for an actual angle drill.


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toolsinwa

, Western Washington State

Jan 28 , 2008
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Maybe good for very light work??

The first time I got around using this, I put a very sharp 1" spade bit in it. Punching through some douglas fir studs, it suddenly exploded during the fifth stud. I really mean exploded. I never found all the parts for it. I really didn't put excessive pressure on it, but maybe it wasn't built for this. It would probably last for a while on light duty jobs. Now to just shop for an actual angle drill.


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