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WoodRiver MJ-833C
Item 124212

Screw Extractor, 3/8"

$13.99

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The screw extractor is the easy way to remove sheared or broken screws. When used with a drill press or a power drill with a pre-bored guide block, this hollow, sawtooth edged extractor bores a...

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The screw extractor is the easy way to remove sheared or broken screws. When used with a drill press or a power drill with a pre-bored guide block, this hollow, sawtooth edged extractor bores a clean hole around the broken screw without damaging the surrounding surface. The 3/8" extractor removes up to a #12 screw. Overall length 2"; both ends are equipped with sawtooth cutting edges.

  • 3/8" screw extractor
  • Use with drill press or power drill
  • Will not damage surrounding surface
  • Both ends are equipped with sawtooth cutting edge
  • Bores a clean hole

Reviews

3.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Searched everywhere for this

    Use this in boat building application to remove broken fastenings. Have long wanted a small hole saw like this. More length would be better though.

  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    Brittle metal

    The item is only 2" long and the length is quickly consumed by properly setting it in a chuck. This item would undoubtedly work wonders utilized as shown in the picture. I unfortunately had a deep recessed screw to remove. Heading the warnings about heat and burning the wood, I took my time and slowly drilled in and stopping for all parts to cool. It was at the last part where I hit a knot and the extractor just simply broke. The metal it is made out of is brittle - I only assume they did not heat temper it for strength. Now I had a screw and a extractor stuck in the wood. I would recommend this to a friend - with a very big WARNING.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Useful but needs care

    Comes with detailed instructions about how not to squash it in a drill chuck. But better solution would be a separate insertable solid metal core (not necessarily steel, could be light alloy). (Of course I made up my own with an old bolt of matching size.)

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Every shop should have this

    Easy to use.

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