Irwin Tools 53625 Straight Flute Screw Extractors, 4 Piece Set
Recommended Drill Bit Size, Both Left Hand And Right Hand Threaded Parts, Straight Flute Screw Extractors
- Comes with a design that eases extraction
- Equipped with features that makes it ideal for softer materials or thin-walled pieces such as pipes and fittings
- Features a non-slip handle that makes it comfortable to hold
- May not be ideal for heavy jobs
Analysis of 800+ reviews for Irwin Tools 53625 Straight Flute Screw Extractors, 4 Piece Set
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We analyzed a total of 823 reviews for this product out of which, 691 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 55% reviews were positive while around 37% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Irwin Tools 53625 Straight Flute Screw Extractors, 4 Piece Set
This product received a total score of 8.60 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I used the Extractors size 5 to help me out of a jam, it saved me over $1,000 in a shop to have the heads pulled, and it got the threaded part of a spark plug out in less than 15 minutes.
If you want to get a drill bit out of a stuck screw, you need to drill it out with a machine shop drill bit, because it's impossible to get a broken drill bit out of a stuck screw without going to a machine shop.
If there is a broken off bolt sticking out, you can use a hammer to break it loose and then grab the bolt with a vice grip.
I used the correct size drill bit and the #3 easy-out to remove the broken M10 x 1.5 engine mount bolt from my daughter's VW Beetle aluminum transmission housing. I bought this set to remove a broken M10 x 1.5 engine mount bolt from my daughter's VW Beetle aluminum
If you want to keep the teeth from slipping, use an impact driver to push as hard as you can into the screw, and let the bit turn sloooooowly.
Question & Answers
If the drill bits are left-handed, they should be a lot of time when the screw comes out.
Just to be clear, 'Bob Vila "Tool Junkie" is describing a different tool than the one I see currently, and the one other answers to this question are talking about.
Can someone tell me where these come from?
I think the case was made in China, it seems like the left hand drill bits are stamped Brazil and the extractors say USA.
Is it made in USA?
It's made in the USA of "foreign components".
Is the bottom of the reverse drill bits hexagonal or smooth?
The drill bit it smooth.
Is the drill bits left-handed?
The drill bits are not in the left hand.