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Milwaukee Bit Hammer Drill 3/4" X 10" X 12" 48-20-8846

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Milwaukee Bit Hammer Drill 3/4" X 10" X 12" 48-20-8846

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Milwaukee's 3-Flat Secure-Grip™ Hammer-Drill Bits provide superiority in regards to quality, performance and longevity of life. The 3-Flat Secure-Grip™ shank is designed to fit in all 1/2 in. three jaw hammer-drill chucks and reduces the possibility of the bit spinning in the chuck during heavy torsional loads. The bits drill faster and last longer than other hammer-drill bits on the market due to their reinforced flute geometry and carbide tip design. Milwaukee's offering has a range of diameters from 1/8 in. to 1 in. with lengths up to 18 in. One per package.

Features:

  • Fast drilling
  • Long life
  • 3 Flat Shank Design prevents bit from slipping in chuck
  • Designed for use in corded or cordless hammer drills.
Specs
SKU 015384685
Model 48-20-8846
Weight 0.5000
Color No
Size No
In Store Only No
Price $21.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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