This angle drill kit includes a drill attachment with quality ball bearing construction for long life. Kit includes 12 threaded drills in assorted sizes and lengths, a mini 3-jaw chuck with 1/16" to 1/4" diameter capacity, and a molded storage case. Made in the U.S.A.
1 ea. #2140 #40 stubby
1 ea. #2130 #30 stubby
2 ea. #3140 #40 short
2 ea. #3130 #30 short
1 ea. #3127 #27 short
1 ea. #3121 #21 short
1 ea. #3112 #12 short
1 ea. #3114 #1/4" short
1 ea. #4140 #40 long
1 ea. #4130 #30 long
1 ea. #20379 Mini 3-jaw chuck
Works well, just the tool was a bit dinged up. Tools in that price range should look immaculate on arrival. The bits were untouched but the body had some marks.
This works Great! Nice options too! You get what you Pay for!
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Per the vendor, it can be driven either way.
It is 1/4-28 thread.
3/4" height and 1-1/8" dia (with no drill bit).
Overall height of the 90 degree head with the chuck installed is 2" (inches). The head is 1.100" and the chuck is .900" height. Then whatever drill length has to be added. The chuck diameter is .800" round, and the angle head diameter is .700" round.
The stall torque would be the torque on the actual / specific air or electric or battery powered drill motor that is chucked to the 90 degree drill attachment. Since there are so many variables and types of drill motors being used by mechanics, each mechanic would need to determine the actual manufacturers stall torque on his or her personal drill motor. Also on air drills, the amount of air pressure used may have a variance on the torque at the drill motor chuck.
There is a cross drilled hole in the round portion of the handle, about 1-1/2 back from the 90 degree head. The hole goes thru the black handle and the inside shaft (you will have to turn the shaft or drill till the holes line up). Use an 1/8 drill shank, or a scribe, or anything about 1/8 diameter to go into the hole.
This has metal gears with ball bearings on each gear.