|TP-276 REPLACEMENT BITS #30||12-01130|
|This quality tool enables the user to quickly and accurately remove rivets and blind fasteners. Comes complete with drill bits and guides, #40, #30, #21, & #10. Made in U.S.A.|
REPLACEMENT BITS #30
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REPLACEMENT BITS #30
Worked like a charm. Got all my bad rivets out right through the center of the head.
High quality. Fast service
Works awesome! No center punch. You get a perfect drill every time. Worth the money for sure
Excellent tool - if you do a lot of rivet work or modifications, this tool is a must!
This is the perfect tool for removing aircraft style rivets!!
Excellent quality tool. I purchased the tool to fix the sliding doors on my Kobalt Tool chest as they are riveted in. Works like a charm! got the job done fast. Thank you!
Works as its supposed to and is high quality. With the drill bits being cheap to replace as needed the body of this tool will last indefinitely if cared for.
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Select then install the collet and drill size you need for the size rivet you want to remove. Attach the tool to a power hand drill. The collet goes around the rivet head, then power the drill, and push down to plunge the drill bit down to drill out the rivet.
The drill bits are made of high speed steel.
Yes, they are priced and sold individually.
Yes. It does include bits.
Yes that is the complete kit.
This tool will remove an470 and blind rivets.
This will work with any standard drill. 3/8 or 1/2.
No, the largest included bit is #10 (0.1935).