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Old 01-04-2017, 04:37 PM   #1
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I use a Lenox 9 in 1 but i'm having a hell of time finding replacement bits when I break them. I'd rather not buy a whole new screw driver if i can stop up on some bits.

I'm leaning towards Klein (since the replacement bits are easy to find) but i'm open for suggestions.

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Old 01-04-2017, 08:23 PM   #2
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I have used this wera screwdriver before and liked it https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B001H..._1483575712028 . It holds several standard bits you can get anywhere. It feels good in the hand and it has a spring in it to extend the length or take the extension out and use in a drill. I no longer use the wera since I accidentally used a hammer on it and it got stuck. I believe it's around 30-35$ and i'm a little too rough with screwdrivers so now I just buy 2 or 3 new cheap ones a year like this one http://75.98.160.11/theclosingfairy....d-1024x683.jpg. I have also tried the Milwaukee 11 in 1 but found it a bit big and again accidentally used a hammer on it and it did not like it.
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I beat up those with folding ruler for using hammer on screwdrivers.

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your standard 4 way screwdriver, buy em by the dozen as they are disposable, you end up loosing one of the bits or in a pinch you wack it with a hammer, after awhile you mix and match from the ones missing parts, if all the same they will fit together..
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I actually found the tip similar to it at grainger. And for $1.50 I can stock pile these for a long time.

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I'm a 6'6" tall hammer wielding plumber so bring it on


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I use my channellocks as a hammer to beat on my my screwdrivers. Everything in the tool bag is a hammer if I don't have one nearby.
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I once used a Hammer as a Hammer
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your standard 4 way screwdriver, buy em by the dozen as they are disposable, you end up loosing one of the bits or in a pinch you wack it with a hammer, after awhile you mix and match from the ones missing parts, if all the same they will fit together..
https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-68-01...ay+screwdriver

They got bright orange ones at the local Menards store that cost 2.99 each.. I normally buy a 1/2 dozen of them at a time.. I constantly lose the tips and eventually wear out the handle too....

They even have a cheaper green ones that come up on sale every so often for a dollar each but the metal (pot metal) is so cheap that it rounds out when you try to remove a sheet metal screw..... they are probably made in Viet Nam.. I would rather stick with the cheap chineese junk.

we got to support China and buy this cheap junk. its good quality cheap junk..
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Thats what its all about in the new world order......right??



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